Bad Poems from a Decade Ago, #3

Continuing my trip thru the gutters and back-alleys near Memory Lane, here’s a poem I don’t recall writing, and which I (incorrectly) first thought was a haiku when I stumbled across it – but unless you allow 8-5-8-6 as a valid haiku pentameter, um, no.

The original text file is dated 1/1/1980, suggesting it was written on the 8088 I had until 1997 or 1998; at a guess, I’d say it’s from late 1996 or early 1997. Considering the subject matter, there’s a decent chance it was written around this time of year:

O gorgeous silent firefly
with abdomen of gold
you bring such cheer in summer months
where are you when it’s cold?

Happy Winter Solstice. If Christmas is more your thing, you may enjoy a little ditty from a year ago, which never fails to make me smile, something I’m not oft inclined to do…

Published in: General | on December 23rd, 2006| Comments Off on Bad Poems from a Decade Ago, #3

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