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Poem Generator Fun: Limerick

I just love a good limerick. This is usually another five line poem, but there’s always a bit of humor — some of the best are bawdy.  All have vivid imagery.

Here’s one from Ogden Nash:

The turtle lives ‘twixt plated decks
Which practically conceal its sex.
I think it clever of the turtle
In such a fix to be so fertile.

I also like this from Edward Lear:

There was a Young Lady whose chin
Resembled the point of a pin:
So she had it made sharp,
And purchased a harp,
And played several tunes with her chin.

Here’s mine from the poem generator:

There once was a man called danny.
He said, “See the lovely hanney!”
It was rather last,
But not enthusiast,
He couldn’t say no to the manni.

Let’s create some limericks! Share what poem you created in the comments.

Poem Generator Fun: Haiku

Haiku is one of those poetic forms that many teachers use to teach kids about rhythm and cadence. The form requires a first line of five syllables, a second line of seven syllables, and a third line of five syllables in its simplest form. There are other aspects of the haiku that bring the short poem a certain level of unexpected nuance, like its juxtaposition between two images — one appearing at the start of the poem and one at the end.

I want to share one of my haiku that was published in LYNX:

white skin, concrete head
red nose chilled with wind
stubborn, glued to you.

Let’s create some haiku! Share what poem you created in the comments.

Poem Generator Fun: Love Poems

Love poems could provide a balm in these times of lockdown, especially as couples are spending even more time together in the same household for extended periods of time. The stress of educating kids at home, working at home and from home, and those who have lost their jobs are facing extreme stress.

Take a moment and write a love poem for your spouse or even your kids or even your other family members.

This Love Poem Generator can help.

Here’s my love poem to my family:

A Love Poem

Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Assistance is supportive,
And so are you.

Orchids are white,
Ghost ones are rare,
Your cloth is silken,
And so is your hair.

Magnolia grows,
With buds like eggs,
The position is strong,
And so are your legs.

Sunflowers reach,
Up to the skies,
The sigh is deep,
And so are your eyes.

Foxgloves in hedges,
Surround the farms,
Weather is warm,
And so are your arms.

Daisies are pretty,
Daffies have style,
Colors are bright,
And so is your smile.

A sunset is beautiful,
Just like you.

What poem did you generate?