NO CRIME IN RHYMIN’

dada tripe denial

aka: releasing the subtle streams of absurd randomness swimming inside my head

Ed Newman
Ed Newman
Jan 5 · 1 min read
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dada tripe denial

the furrowed fow
devoured but notion
flour de brow
connotes commotion
dissecting rhythms
rhymes and rose
defining deafened
combine flows
expose the neuron
flakes of grass
beak the borken
pebbled glass

Each denied the cause is just
revile the wintered snowbound rust
exhiled exhaled surveillant trust
alas the angled agile bust
of seizure swollen breadcrumb crust
if pie we eat, then pie we must

stipend sticks
stolen fore
fielded frenzy
molten moore
cul de sac
cross cut core
a frizzled rack
a fowl fore lore

expelled the proton
pless and plack
defile the foo
bamboozle back
to each his own
the song be true
what matters not
to me is woo

deny the truth
then pay the price
if pie we eat
then pie be nice

Conceived in the Wake of Finnegan

No Crime in Rhymin’

poetry that dares to be funny, edgy, irreverent

Thanks to Laura Sheridan

Ed Newman

Written by

Ed Newman

An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/y3l9sfpj

No Crime in Rhymin’

poetry that dares to be funny, edgy, irreverent

Ed Newman

Written by

Ed Newman

An avid reader who writes about arts, culture, literature & other life obsessions. @ennyman3 Look for my books on Amazon https://tinyurl.com/y3l9sfpj

No Crime in Rhymin’

poetry that dares to be funny, edgy, irreverent

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