Saturday, April 18, 2015

Poem a Day, #15 (a two-vowel poem)

The A&E Channel

Father tells a tale tale
As we travel past the beach.

A man can’t make ends meet.
He trades an ass for a cat.
A week later he seeks far and near,
Darts between paper reams,
Past a lengthy lake.
He awakes near mangled fangs,
Fearing all tears.

Then we bake a cake to eat
At the lake.
The sky shades we three,
As we reel beneath the real. 

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