It's the time of the week when Bryntin gets out a thesaurus, fires up the syllable counter and leaves the rhyming dictionary untroubled by any enquiries about good rhymes for the words virus, end or civilisation. He can just get on with presenting a simple verse of the 5-7-5 syllable construction, knowing that there may… Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 299
Welcome to another Official Terrible Poetry contest entry, where Bryntin can let his no-visits-to-the-barber-because-they're-closed-like-everything-else hair down and relax from his normally strict quality verse control. You can peruse all of his work in the medium of verse if you so wish by selecting 'Verse' from the category menu bar just up there. ↑ Chelsea has… Continue reading Official Terrible Poetry Post: Springtime
Bryntin suspects that there are many unseen effects of the COVID situation out there. Not least the difficulties for 'boy meets girl'. Let's hope it's suppressed soon otherwise things are going to get very practical out there. their eyes met fleetinglyacross the toiletries aisleshe was very impressedwith the size of his toilet roll pilehe might… Continue reading Sometimes I Rhymes: Today In the Supermarket
Welcome to Bryntin's effort at this week's Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge, which is bought to you from a very safe if, by now, mind-numbingly familiar place and will definitely be one of the rarest of contemporary posts on the internet made this week, in that it won't be mentioning the er... well it won't… Continue reading Sometimes I Don't Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 298
Welcome to Bryntin's effort at this week's Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge, which is now getting very close to the milestone of 300.Although, like a milestone on a road indicating you are now 300 miles from wherever it says it's from, can't take account of the fact that some people only came 10 miles to… Continue reading Sometimes I Don’t Rhymes: Ronovan Writes Weekly Haiku Challenge 297
Welcome to Bryntin's regular weekly dose of relaxation where he kicks back and unwinds, free of the demands and suffering for his artistic integrity that the normal output on his blog entails.Actually, don't be fooled, this weekly contest is all about being terrible, which for Bryntin is obviously a struggle and is often as tantalisingly… Continue reading Official Terrible Poetry Post: PANIC!
I've just worked out that it's probably called the Coronavirus because it makes you cough and wheeze just as badly as if you'd just smoked one.Possibly, if more than ten people read this blog, there'd be some idiot correcting me about the name being derived from the virus resembling a crown, the Latin 'corona' meaning… Continue reading Sometimes I Rhymes: A Bit of a Wheeze