Wakefield Mahon


Wakefield Mahon Poems

81. A Greater Love Than Mine 10/23/2011
82. Chapters 10/23/2011
83. Edge Of The Universe 10/23/2011
84. Long Ago, The Land Was Green 10/23/2011
85. I Wonder 10/23/2011
86. Long Is The Night 10/23/2011
87. Two May Live As One 10/23/2011
88. My Lady 10/23/2011
89. My Pretty Words 10/23/2011
90. No Excuses 10/23/2011
91. The One I Love 10/23/2011
92. Standing Atop A Mountain 10/23/2011
93. Ode To The Woman Who Would Bear My Child 10/23/2011
94. One Love 10/23/2011
95. So Shines The Light Of God 10/23/2011
96. A Christmas Wedding 10/23/2011
97. Most Beautiful Prophecy 10/23/2011
98. Roar Of The Lion 10/23/2011
99. Walking In Daddy’s Shoes 10/23/2011
100. I Hate Rondeaus 10/23/2011
Best Poem of Wakefield Mahon

I Hate Rondeaus

I hate rondeaus, they're just too hard
My thinker hurts, my brain is scarred
To say my piece in fifteen lines
In octosyllabic confines
It seems to me is just bizarre

Try to keep straight A, B and R
In such an order, oh my stars!
It seems I'm sure to force a rhyme
I hate rondeaus!

I'll even bet you will not pard
You'll tell me card rhymes not with cars
That wiser bard could write sublime
Then may I say just one more time
I hate rondeaus!

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The Enchantress

With eyes that burn into your soul
Glowing brighter than embers and coals
With silvery voice that puts at bay
Any objection you might have made
With hands that set your skin ablaze
Drawing you to her enchanted ways
With a kiss that can melt a heart of stone
You dare not face her on your own.

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