Richard Ponsonby

Richard Ponsonby Poems

Short Tutorial on Writing a Robert Frost Mastepiece
For the first three stanzas use a rhyming scheme of aaba, then the last stanza bbbb: now choose a mundane topic but being an egomaniac, pump it up to seem important. Like this:
I wandered by a shop's bright window
I saw a person I think I know
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OUR FARTER HUGH
ISN'T A KEVIN
HAROLD BE THY SHAME
THIGH KITCHEN CUM
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She has a big Eric Hunt
A pleasure for the Far King
You far can Id Yachts
You useless can't
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Was heard to say
I am a very generous person
So she proclaimed on that day
And gave a tip, it wasn't much
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I am Aung San Suu Kyi
Have you got another prize
For me?
I was a little spoiled
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Since I was a little Leonard
I’ve been obsessed with sex
But money was important too
Fame was the way to success
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I had a girl, her name it doesn't matter
To give my work to her, would only flatter
She had a partner, but eyes for me
I tried to ignore her
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Richard Ponsonby Biography

I was born at Dublin in 1772, the third son of William Ponsonby,1st Baron Ponsonby of Imokilly and Louisa Molesworth. I was educated at Kilkenny College, and at the University of Dublin, where I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1794, and Master of Arts in 1816.[c

During 1795, I was ordained deacon on 1 March and priest on 27 November, and then developed miraculous powers of eternal life, which has allowed me to provide the world with my wondrous poems forever. Hope you enjoy them, as I pretend to be a young fellow, playing games with the girls of the island on Fiji

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How To Write Doggerel Like Robert Frost

Short Tutorial on Writing a Robert Frost Mastepiece
For the first three stanzas use a rhyming scheme of aaba, then the last stanza bbbb: now choose a mundane topic but being an egomaniac, pump it up to seem important. Like this:
I wandered by a shop's bright window
I saw a person I think I know
It was me, in the reflection clear
What a clever person it did show.

The shopkeeper did see me leer,
As I adored my image there
Reflecting like a modern bard
He must have marvelled to see me here.

My sciatica began to ache
So it was time for me a move to make
I shuffled by like a gimp with a limp
To leave admirers in my wake.

With my inheritance, no need to work
So I shared my gifts, no time to shirk
Mine was such a prestigious lurk
Very few knew, I was a jerk

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Only a rich spoiled only child could come up with the saying, that there will always be the poor

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