November 20, 2009

Click. Or is it Clock? Maybe it is just Click-Clock!

Click- Clock, Click- Clock
The clock went click
Clicking away as the crickets creak
The cricket’s creak and they click like clocks
Click-Clock, Click- Clock

The old man walked with his grand-father clock
Clocking time with each click from his clock
The photographer stood there and clicked
Clicking pictures of the magical clock
Click-Clock, Click-Clock

With every second from the rickety clock
The runner raced against the stop-clock
No one knew the time on the clock
The crowd screamed when they saw the clock
Click-Clock, Click- Clock

10 comments:

Ekta said...

nice attempt Iyer.

Saroja said...

This may benefit from taking the form of a prose poem. Just try it. :)

-- The Professor Poet. :)

arvindiyer said...

@ Ekta:

Thanks a lot:)

arvindiyer said...

@ The Professor poet:

Just read the notes from 'Class'. Shall work on it and send 'em across :)

unpretentious said...

ha ha...interesting...wondering what made u write this in the first place

Zeph Keyes said...

funny little thing it is :)

arvindiyer said...

@ Unpretentious:

What made me write this piece? Hmmm, let me think. I was jobless, wanted to just explore on rhymes and I enjoy poetry :)

arvindiyer said...

@ Zeph:

Danke bherry much!

me said...

tick-tock clicks clock

=)

arvindiyer said...

@ UP:

It sure does. It sure does :)