Humor Poetry posted September 12, 2018

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A 13 Line Poem A great grandfather he-goat wants a name

Call Father A Father!

by Alcreator Litt Dear

Read Author Notes No Contest Entry today 9 July 2019 Contest ended on 15 September 2018 Daniel assures a lawful and family name to a relation of a goat family
Namaste Sir
Long-bearded whitish he-goat Bhya
And his seventh legal wife black Vyha
Wish Daniel there
Their great grandchildren and neighbour goats wait thither
To hear an answer from Daniel the professor
They ask professor a long question
Why none calls them father or mother
And their family has a tradition of nameless relation
Daniel says okay it'll be done
Let parliament pass a law in summation
The goat assembly peacefully ceases
But methinks Daniel worries

Poetry Telling A Joke writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write 76-word poetry in 13 lines, telling a joke, using these 8 words:
he-goat, Daniel, professor, question, father, nameless, parliament, assembly


Enjoy this punctuation free poem in my own style

Punctuation free is intentional

This is a fictional poem telling a joke

This was a Poetry Telling A Joke contest entry on 12 September 2018

The contest ended on 15 September 2018

Bold and italic words are intentional and convenient for the read as these words were required as per the prompt of the contest started on 12 September and ended on 15 September 2018

This is no contest entry today (9 July 2019)

Contest ended on 15 September 2018

Namaste is a Hindi wish word spoken in Asia and Asian countries

Thither (old usage) means there; poetic licence used

He-goat is a singular one word like she-goat

Picture borrowed on free download from internet

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