Hello, amazing poets! WhimsyGizmo here, and it’s my personal favorite day, Quadrille Monday! Today, I want us to drift about our poems using the word balloon.
Pen us a poem that’s full of hot air. Helium up something funny, or sad, or whimsical. Noun, verb, adjective, or a compound word like balloonman – the sky’s the limit. Just make sure it’s exactly 44 words long (not including the title), and contains some form of the word balloon.
a balloon(y) buffoon
came prancing one noon
lighted by silvery fish
his hands they were beaks
with three legs carved from squeaks
on his head was a porcelain dish
filled with diamonds and gold
and some green fluffy mold
hypothetical brain that was his