Dorian Petersen Potter
What's What And Where's Where (Rhyming Couplets) - Poem by Dorian Petersen Potter
Where do I go with all my dreams
Should I rip them all by the seams?
Throw them all to the ants and scream
Toss them to sun with all their scheme
I know you're right and that life suck
Thats why I laugh hard don't get stuck
Sometimes I run and lose my shoe
Still make it back to zoo and you
Accept can't have it all your way
Cups aren't balanced upon your tray
Monkey got lost and took a walk
Found turkey it was you to talk!
Poet's Notes about The Poem
muse gave me this that day. So I decided to have a go at it and keep it.Lol.
This one was written in 8 syllables I believe.
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