A scramble of words that may or may not make sense to the reader, but always means something to someone.
Poetry isn't excluded to any genre of emotions or audience ages.
FIRE AND ICE BY ROBERT FROST
Some say the world will end in fire,
Some say in ice.
From what I've tasted of desire
I hold with those who favor fire.
But if I had to perish twice.
I think I know enough of hate
To say that for destruction ice
Is also great
And would suffice.
WARNING BY SHEL SILVERSTEIN
Inside everybody's nose
There lives a sharp-toothed snail.
So if you stick your finger in,
He bite off your nail.
Stick it farther up inside,
And he might bite your ring off.
Stick it all the way, and he
May bite the whole darn thing off.
The man behind brillant works such as Where The Sidewalk Ends, Dirty Feet, Falling Up, The Missing Peice, Freakin' At The Freakers Ball, The Big O, The Giving Tree, Diffrent Dances, A Light In The Attic, and most recently, Runny Babbit. He also wrote the Johnny Cash hit, 'A Boy Named Sue.' He was an amazing writer, poet, musician, and artist.
Shel Silverstein is dearly missed by his fans.
PUT SOMETHING IN
Draw a crazy picture,
Write a nutty peom,
Sing a mumble-grumble song,
Whistle through your comb.
Do a loony-goony dance,
'Cross the kitchen floor,
Put something silly in the world
That ain't been there before.
A coffee like drink. Ususally served hot, but can be served with ice or slushed.
Cappuccino is one of the best drinks ever.
A wonderful, magnificent drink. Usually served hot, but can be cold (frozen lattes).
"Pick me up a latte at the coffee shop."