Rinklety Dink Rinklety Dink

Rinklety Dink Rinklety Dink
The camel is laden with bags stuffed with gold
The burden is heavy and the diction is old
Thoroughly worn and unsuitably told

Creature of habit and burden it is
Burdened with fable and verse
Dinklety Rink Dinklety Rink
Burdened with fable and verse

Dare to speak camel and grunt as you like
No one save you will mis-understand
Perhaps that consoles, perhaps not
Tinkledy Link Tinkledy Rink

Shave off your wisdom, delight in the day
Minkledy Sink Minkledy Sink
The burden is heavy and the diction is old
Thoroughly worn and unsuitably told

Ask of the camel if he has any wool
He will stare back at you as if you were a fool
Wrong fable, dear seeker, now off with your head
Rinklety is gone and Tinkledy dead.

This entry was posted in Poetry.

6 comments on “Rinklety Dink Rinklety Dink

  1. Munira says:

    Holy shit. This is awesome.

  2. Very cool! Camels huh?!! Who’d have thunk it!! Just curious btw…did you set it to a tune in your head, coz I was trying to find one that fit as I read 😛

  3. Ysabel Klara says:

    Such a rinklety cute poem 🙂 very intelligently written and absolutely fun to read!!
    You write so well!

  4. huzaifazoom says:

    Reading this one again (from last August) makes me wonder how I was able to pull it off 🙂 Glad that you liked it, thanks.

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