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  1. Tinker

    Madsong Stanza

    Explore the Craft of Writing Light Verse Madsong Stanza is a stanzaic form one could have some fun with. It is lyrical poetry written by a madman or a fool or at least a poet in the mood. It is said to be a descendant of the Middle English, 13th century, anonymous, Cuckoo Song, which is the oldest song found in print. However, I am unsure why "they" say that, because the version of the Cuckoo Song I was able to find does not carry the same rhythm or rhyme scheme that is attributed to the Madsong Stanza. Maybe that is part of the madness. Traditionally the Madsong Stanza is written:
  2. In a couple of days I am on my way to see my granddaughters, here is something I wrote to entertain them. It is a Madsong. Silly Rabbit Today I stroked a hare and felt his furry coat so silky soft and then he coughed and ran off with a goat. I know I saw a toad he hopped into my bed with slimey skin he jumped right in and made me bump my head. I smelled a cow just now. How did she get in here? With cloven hooves and bellowed moo's she stopped by for some cheer. I think I heard that rabbit, his loppy ears so long, with twitching nose and wiggle toes and singing a silly song. I made a savo
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