Ima Ryma


Title Idol - Poem by Ima Ryma

Prince Charles Philip Arthur George,
The Prince of Wales, heir to the throne,
Has noble titles that would gorge -
Cannot just be a prince alone.
He's earls and dukes of this and that,
A baron, a lord and a knight.
All thanks to having been begat
With handles held as a birthright.
His Royal Highness must wait still
To get the titled top brass ring.
While Mum's around, nobody will
Call him His Majesty the King.

Camilla calls Charles, it is said,
By the untitled pet name, Fred.


Comments about Title Idol by Ima Ryma

  • David Mclansky (2/3/2013 4:19:00 AM)


    Ima Ryma
    Is a guy
    For which this poet
    Can only cry;
    Had you been a Missy
    Or a Dame,
    Then scarce I could
    From grief
    Restrain
    Sonnets from
    The highest caliber,
    The sweetest words
    Most aching palaver;
    But you had to spoil it;
    Albeit Man,
    I cannot woo
    And artful scam.
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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 3, 2013



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