A Most Truthful Poem (NaPoWriMo Day 16)

Picture ©Donna M. Monnig

Picture ©Donna M. Monnig

A Most Truthful Poem
By Donna M. Monnig
 
There’s gold at the end of the rainbow,
The giant leprechaun told me so.
He said the Easter Bunny put it there -
Had to hide it from the clown at the fair -
The clown was a cop; not many know.
The gold was stolen by a sneaky hobo!
The Easter Bunny wanted the golden egg,
But the goose refused even though he begged.
Mother Goose hired the clown to protect the gold,
And in this poem not one lie has been told.
 
©Donna M. Monnig

Today’s NaPoWriMo challenge was to write a ten line poem in which every line was a lie.

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About Donna M. Monnig

Donna M. Monnig is a published poet, aspiring novelist, freelance writer, a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, and is a cowgirl at heart.
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2 Responses to A Most Truthful Poem (NaPoWriMo Day 16)

  1. PrayImagineCreate says:

    But the clown WAS a cop… even though the hobo didn’t steal a golden egg. ;)

    Liked by 1 person

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