The Forrest Of Glee Part 2
Welcome to you my traveling friend
Youíve paid your ransom
And some time you should spend.
Iíd like you to meet your new family
Hooty the owl, will call them for me.
With three little hoots they gathered around
To meet the new traveler the kingdom had found.
What was his ransom, what did he pay
To enter the Forrest of Glee on that day?
The King of the Forrest of Glee raised a limb
To show off the prize he had won.
A bright shining coin on a chain of gold
Was glistening there in the sun.
It comes from a treasure
From a far away land, far across the sea.
For I was a captain on a sailing ship
And a fair maiden gave it to me.
Now my pockets are full, but Iím growing tired,
And Iím lonely as could be.
My thanks to you, my friends were few
Now youíre my new family
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Bipedalguy (22.214.171.124) -- Sunday, March 11 2007, 01:25 pm|
This is absolutely first class. The fact that it's oriented toward a younger group than mine doesn't bother me in the least.
Takes years off my age.
|Catyrose (126.96.36.199) -- Sunday, March 11 2007, 02:56 pm|
with Bip. This is a splendid write. Thoroughly enjoyable and appeals to all ages.
|barb (188.8.131.52) -- Tuesday, March 13 2007, 01:40 am|
It is like bip said this is as good as the 1st one. great for the young to read,and us old ones too lol.
|Robert (184.108.40.206) -- Tuesday, March 13 2007, 02:09 am|
Bip, Barb, & Catyrose
Thanks for your kind comments. Who knows maybe I get inspired to write more about the travler to the Forrest of Glee.
|Tammy (220.127.116.11) -- Tuesday, March 13 2007, 08:49 pm|
very delightful, and I to liked this one as well, as the first write.
|Robert (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, March 14 2007, 12:31 am|
Tammy, I'm glad you liked my poem and I hope you come back for the next one...
|Meridian (22.214.171.124) -- Wednesday, March 14 2007, 09:39 pm|
Robert! Good one! The poem reminded me of a limmerick in some parts. (especially the last stanza, although there aren't 5 lines). I like the part, " a bright shining coin on a chain of gold, was glistening there in the sun". The empirical senses. I could see the chain.
Can't wait for the sequel.
|Terrie* (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, March 16 2007, 01:53 am|
you have the most magnificent way of expressin' & appreciatin',feelin's and thoughts, for the most minute with meann'
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