Falling Off Rocks

Falling Off Rocks

A Poem by tynamite

Falling off rocks - the rocks, that rock the socks.

You'll need a hell of a sock - to top the last sock.

The last one will be done for none.

Falling off rocks - the rocks, that rock the socks.


People are trailing around for fun.

Eager to eat some icy gum.

Seeing all that lies, under the sun.

Bluebells thrive, where they come.


A woman lives among a fleet.

Despite being stuck in her seat.

She savours a wine, that is sweet.

Step ladders rise, upon the off swing beat.


Falling off rocks - the rocks, that rock the socks.

You'll need a hell of a sock - to top the last sock.

The last one will be done for none.

Falling off rocks - the rocks, that rock the socks.


© 2011 tynamite



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tynamite
For the Write What You See contest.

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Cool, I love the poem and the repetition in the poem.
Thanks for entering my contest!

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tynamite
tynamite

Birmingham, England, United Kingdom



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I write about urban life, and I hate Young Adult books as I feel they're dumbing down literature and adult concepts for pre-teens. I would describe my writing as offbeat and finding the peculiars i.. more..

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