Rhyming is a matter of preference. I rarely rhyme. It cost me the writing pin when I was in high school. There we were, poeticgrin and I, going head-to-head, writer against writer. Our teacher especially loved Bryanic poetry, which is lyrical and rhyming and has great flow. Bryantonian poems are artistic, very well crafted. I do not deny this, but why was there only but one pin? So I don’t rhyme…shouldn’t my dark comedy count for something?


After all:

No means yes

to hell you go


Wiggly-whats: my contribution to jibberish witticisms today. Usage example: You’re such a wiggly-what. Or cover your wiggly-whats.