Saturday, April 9, 2011

Saturday Night Clerihew

Today's poem is a Clerihew - a light verse, usually consisting of two couplets of uneven length 
and irregular meter, the first line usually containing the name of a well-known person.  The Clerihew was invented by Edmund Clerihew Bentley (1875 - 1956), an English writer, at the age of 16.

My son, Sean
Is almost gone,
He's moving soon,
I think in June :-(

My son, Brian
Is always tryin'
He'll work it out
Without a doubt!