Created by: Jose Rizal M. Reyes
Structure: Three quatrains and a couplet
Meter: Pentameter or tetrameter
Rhyme Scheme: abcb acdc aded ae (c and d rhymes should be feminine)
Tramp Stamp 777LLY by Larry Eberhart
I don’t know why my daddy named his car.
He named it Lilly, and my mom don’t care.
He says she’s has a soft top that he fancies
and that she’s got a tramp-stamp right back there,
and she’s his ride and carries his guitar.
To name her after mom would be too chancy;
she’s square, demure and won’t attract a copper
and her tramp-stamp just doesn’t go with Nancy.
“She let’s the dog ride with us to the bar,
she’ll haul things when your mommy plays the shopper
but she dissuades my mom-in-law with charm.”
Of all the things she does, well that’s the topper.
She’s sassy, gutsy, willing to go far,
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