Thanks for visiting The Poet Laura Ate. This silly stuff is the poetry of David George, the Gerontificator. If you enjoy art you may also want to visit my art blog at thegerontificator.wordpress.com

Poet Laura Ate

The Poet Laura Ate

Laura was a pleasant girl,
Well mannered and refined,
Until she met a poet
Who said he had not dined
And would she care to have him
For dinner late next week?
She said she would,
But could not wait,
And stuffed him in her cheek.

She hardly bit and barely chewed,
And as she heard him chide her
She swallowed hard, and in one gulp
The poet was inside her.

Now from his stomach cavern
Comes poetry sublime,
And Laura’s host to haunting airs,
Of comedy in rhyme.
Because the poet’s needs are few,
To swindling he’s averse,
So poetry is charged per line,
And sometimes charged perverse.

12 thoughts on “Thanks for visiting The Poet Laura Ate. This silly stuff is the poetry of David George, the Gerontificator. If you enjoy art you may also want to visit my art blog at thegerontificator.wordpress.com

    • Thanks Rana, for visiting and following my blog. Yes, the herding instinct is not something even Laura has. The correction has been made. Do you know how many times I’ve reread this post and didn’t see that? Thank you, and I don’t understand how I do it myself, just enjoy nonsense and silly poetry. Have since I was young. Maybe I’m a bit nonsensical by nature.

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