Nonsense poem

by • July 4, 2009 • Funny Poems, Kids Poetry, Nonsense Poems, Silly Poems, Triplet PoemsComments (9)7343

Nonsense Poem

Nonsense Poem – Triplet poems 

A triplet poem is a poem created by stanzas of three lines. Writing a triplet poem can be fun and exciting creative writing experience. There is no need for any rhyme scheme, however, having one maybe makes the poem more enjoyable when read aloud. Personally, I am writing nonsense poem – triplets that rhymes. The rhythm of the triplet poem can be either, aaa, aba, abb

Nonsense poem example – Triplet poem example

The fish strolled like a butterfly
Flew and strangely landed on my thigh
And fell into a bowl of goodbye

Then my worst but the best friend came
She fell out of a window when trying a game
I ate the bottle and did the same

My mum bought a shoe and cheese
As my turtle flew he said please
I broke my leg when I forgot to sneeze

Who? How? What? When? Why?
One of my legs forgot to fly
The dirty floorboard started to cry

Beautiful poetry happens all the time
Writing with no plan is not a crime
Absolute nonsense that can rhyme

© 2009 Marinela Reka

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Nonsense Poem

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9 Responses to Nonsense Poem

  1. Sue Anderson says:

    This one is such fun! I’m glad you found my blog and website. I am going to enjoy visiting yours…


  2. Marinela says:

    Thank you! Yeah i found your website and i must say it was great!
    I am glad that you do enjoy reading my poetry.
    Marinela Reka

  3. zoe rubin says:

    😀 😀 😀

  4. tess says:

    Great line — “fell into a bowl of goodbye.” I love surprising language, something new and startling.

  5. Marinela says:

    Thanks tess, I love surprising language too 🙂

  6. Natalyy says:

    this was hilarious, good choice of words 😀

  7. I love the idea of the fish strolling like a butterfly, such a fun image!

  8. randyman8 says:

    I can but congratulate you on the inner understanding of the butterfly’s approach path. More power to your pen, the one you write with sometimes with inconsequentiality.

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