Clerihew

cler·i·hew noun: clerihew; plural noun: clerihews

a short comic or nonsensical verse, typically in two rhyming couplets with lines of unequal length and referring to a famous person.

Clerihew

cler·i·hew noun: clerihew; plural noun: clerihews

a short comic or nonsensical verse, typically in two rhyming couplets with lines of unequal length and referring to a famous person.

Clerihew

Gingerbread Man

The Gingerbread man Wants to start a ban. For on every Christmas day They eat him all away.

Clerihew

Jim

My buddy Jim Is always sipping gin. And when the light goes out, He grabs the pint of stout!

False Gods is a Clerihew poem by Walk In Verse (WIV)
Clerihew

False Gods

The preacher man preaches From the pulpit where he teaches — False gods and whiskey, Oh Lord have mercy!

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