Using poetic license

Today's words for Three Word Wednesday are: cumbersome, morbid, rampage

"Cumbersome" cannot be rhymed
(at least in a lim'rick well-timed);
From morbid obsession
With meter progression,
This rampage poetic, sublimed

I'm pretty sure that the verb-form neologism "sublimed" as in, "having been made sublime" will raise hackles among my readers, but if ever there was an occasion for poetic license, a poem is it.

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7 comments:

  1. Most excellent
    My hackles are at ease

    Cheers!
    JzB

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  2. Actually, sublime is a valid verb.
    It means to pass from the solid state to the vapor state without passing through the liquid state. Ice does this all the time.

    Poetry - not so much

    JzB

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  3. LOL I wrote a poem too this week!

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  4. Well done
    Made me chuckle
    Blessings

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  5. Really funny and my hackles are just fine.

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