Ron Stock

Veteran Poet - 1,345 Points (4-19-1944 / Saginaw, Michigan)

Miss Spelling’s Be - Poem by Ron Stock

Da mayor in the feeled
Win-need
Eye knead sum hey, dewed
Wile the balled eagle sored over yous
To serve his hat chink brewed

Win the caul came down
From ‘odd above
To serf from see to see
The son showowned
From heard to heard
But ’speshlee from be to be

Awl pears from cox en hairs to bares
Woked the plank to embarque
‘Cept the pure bread mule
Sed he wood knot
Clime into no ass arc

Sew Miss Spelling’s Be
Whizzed the seen
Too sting hymn on his tale
Sew now we ‘add (sick)
Piece on earth
The sheep could now set sale

Topic(s) of this poem: humorous

Form: Prose Poem


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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 14, 2015



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