Foxy Moron – A Wild & Foxy Scronnet

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Bob’s bulbous veg was named by proxy

After a live YouTube experiment with a knife

Cunning screams soon fetched his waxy wife

Big Buttoned Boxers seldom felt so Boxy

 

We’ll name the area in question Mr Foxy

As the bushy beast protected life

Orange dye effervesced causing severe strife

Thank Goodness for his dear lady – Roxy Loxy

 

You’ll need a companion with you for 24 hours

To keep ‘it’ levered off the ground

No bed baths, creams or power showers

No more reading Horse & Hound!

Penis Puppetry is as dangerous as Rutger Houer

Do thorough research when decorating your mound

 

 

I wrote this new Scronnet for the Wild and Foxy night at Droitwich’s Arts and Music Festival on 28th June at Parks Café.

 
A Scronnet – is a Sonnet with a scrotum theme  (ie: a sonnet that has balls but isn’t bollocks)

 
A Sonnet – is a 14 line poem using any number of formal rhyming scheme. Above I have gone for the ABBA ABBA CDCDCD
I’ve just worked out that none of my the lines have 10 syllables in. 

 
A Scrotum – is a pouch of skin containing the testicles

 
To find out more about the form or to read other new forms such as Vaginelles, Sextinis. Spankains, Hairykus, Tea-or-lays created by some of the V. Press Poets (Jenny Hope, Sarah James, and Ruth Stacey and myself) Please go to The Vaginellas where I go by the name of Kat.

Or alternatively you can make a purchase here

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This event was put together and hosted by the fabby Sarah James (who also compiled the poster)
It was a great evening also featuring Antony R Owen, Claire Walker, Betti Moretti,
Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn, Amanda Bonnick, Ian Glass, Tim Cranmore, Michelle Crosbie

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