shrimpies go nancing
in wampsies of the ketcher
gween-now-tan niblets jump from
feels to steamy weds
deep bled destemmed sleep
splayed prey for air christal reign
pooderfluff with risers puff
in big iron muff
swimming currents dive
somersaults in clucking coats
bootered showered biled treebled
squeam eek me eek me!
bee fee in
steeps driad leevs
frolicks in married plantstuffs
weather belly poots or tups
curbed bitter herbal sips
raze me lips
in sum tails
bubble merry toils
o’er flumes of smookless drystix
decray bellies yay or neigh
younger or hunger
bangs or fangs
Today’s offering is in the form of a kaleidoscope of oddquain butterflies. If you want the “answers” to the mysteries of each, go to the bottom of the page.
Bjorn is today’s host of dVerse’ Meet the Bar. Bjorn says:
Write a narrative nonsense poem.
A few points to remember:
1. In the style we are doing we are still telling a story. It is clearly narrative and not
2. The characters and their actions may seem absurd or playful, but what they do make
sense in a nonsense way.
3. It is fine to use invented words, but it should be clear from the concept if they are
creatures, things, or even verbs.
3.raisin bread french toast
4.hot cup of herbal tea