Double Petunia

I heard this poem a long time ago and it has stuck with me. It’s just something fun to read. I have no idea who wrote it.

Petunia is a flower like begonia;

Begonia is a meat you eat with salt;

A salt and battery is a crime;

Monkeys crime trees;

Tree’s a crowd;

A rooster crowd and made  a noise;

The noise is on your face like eyes;

The eyes is opposite the nays.

A horse neighs. A horse has a colt;

You catch a colt–

And wake up with double petunia.

2 thoughts on “Double Petunia

  1. With the mild spelling differences yet fulfilling verses, this is undoubtedly a narrator’s poem best to be sung around like a rhyme. Hahaha loved it! During my childhood, there was this game where people change one syllable at a time from a word and make it new, and pass it on for others for the same exercise. At the end of the chain, we always found something weird, or interesting. 🙂


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