Looking out window,
The sun blazes brightly in;
Kind of hurts my eyes.
Skies grow cloudy now;
Low temp.; might precipitate.
Chance of a day off.
She sees me looking,
A sweet and beautiful girl.
I turn my head back.
Walking down the street,
Cold wind bites my unclothed face.
Try to turn away;
It goes wherever I go,
Never ceasing 'til I freeze.
It hangs in the sky,
White and full, it rules the night,
Reflecting the sun.
The full moon shines down on us;
Good thing I'm not a werewolf.
Tonkas don't much rhyme,
But actually does this time.
Rhyme scheme five lines thick,
It's kind of a limerick;
Is combining two a crime?
Relaxing, nourishing, supplementing
Reprieve from school's monotony
Filling, renewing, life-giving
Edible, hunger-stopping goodness
Teaching, restraining, liberating
Sometimes burdensome, overall good
There once was a caped crusader
Who dressed in all black like Darth Vader.
Gotham's last defense,
He is quite a criminal hater!
Weirdo(this is about a friend of mine)
There was a young man from Brazil,
Of weirdness he had quite his fill.
By him doors were held,
And people repelled,
For weirdness did what it will!
Teacher (this one's about the teacher for whom I did this assignment)
There once was an English teacher
Who hated each monkey creature
She pulled off great capers,
Like the school newspaper,
And other extravagant features!