Chelsea Owens has set me a challenge, to write a truly terrible poem, with the subject, unusual ways of making money. Check out her challenge by clicking on the link below:
Now, if you are thinking, ‘well all your poems are awful’, then maybe you’re thinking I can’t do any worse? Well, think again, because here is something really bad!.
A truly terrible rhyme,
I’m told I often come across orgulous
Like a diamond-encrusted nautilus,
But I can’t bring myself to mix
With the great unwashed in the stix
So, in order to make some money
I do something jolly and funny.
I volunteer to look after cats,
And then keep tabs of everyone’s stats,
What type of shops they like to use,
All their secrets and their news,
Then sell the data for the highest price,
It all makes me feel rather nice.
Then I stride on down the street
In my golden tracksuit, rather neat.
By this simple data extraction
I live a life so full of action,
with a simple process activation
I’ve risen way above my station.
SEE I TOLD YOU! 🙂
I’ve also included the following word prompts:
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