Zennary Fidd

Zennary Fidd

A Poem by Abdul Batin Osman Bey

an absurdist poem


Ounce there was a man named Zennary Fidd

Who dined on routines of yesterday’s id

But longed to have a loving wife

With a different stranger for a life

So he went over to the sea of Jumblies

To make his wish on wishing fleas

That a wife will magically be


So Zennary Fidd went for a walk

Counting his feet with hands of a clock

Until he came to the Bong-Tree

He smiled as he sat most happily

Pinching its leaves and taking a strike

Inhaling the fumes with his pipe or pike


As he sat in his state of bliss

He heard a song looking for a kiss

With a chanky skip to the wind

He leapt up and what did he find

A woman that became his wife


© 2015 Abdul Batin Osman Bey

Author's Note

Abdul Batin Osman Bey
a funny Poem I hope you enjoy

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Added on June 28, 2015
Last Updated on June 28, 2015
Tags: absurd, poem, nonsense, funny


Abdul Batin Osman Bey
Abdul Batin Osman Bey

Cambridge, MA

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