Who Kidnapped My K?

Please bear with my painful rhymes in my dedication to the letter


 

My K is missing,
I think it’s run away.
I can’t write anything
if I don’t find my K.

I could write about Kansas
or Kramer’s, I suppose
but those are things about which everybody knows.

I could write about Kings or Knights
who Kiss damsels in distress
but my brain seems to be under duress.

I could write about a Kangaroo
who dates a Koala bear
but I’d rather visit Australia first
before I share.

Barb says, “The kiwi and the kakapo
begin to take offense
to visit Aus before NZ
simply makes no sense!”

Perhaps it is Karma that K ran away
for without my K, I have nothing to say.

14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Taochild
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 07:47:01

    Was stuck on K too. So I dusted off some old stuff. Good job!!

    Reply

  2. Ed Williams
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 08:25:42

    kaptivating!

    Reply

  3. nrhatch
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 09:53:26

    I didn’t find this the least bit painful to read. Although I would revise one line to improve the rhyme:

    I could write about Kangaroos
    or Koala bears
    but I’d rather visit Australia first
    before I share.

    I could write about Kangaroos
    or a Koala bear
    but I’d rather visit Australia first
    before I share.

    Reply

  4. Sandi Ormsby
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 11:34:23

    I like it the way you original wrote it! 🙂
    Silliness is so fun!

    Sandi
    http://www.ahhsome.wordpress.com

    Reply

  5. Barb
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 14:39:25

    The kiwi and the kakapo
    begin to take offense
    to visit Aus before NZ
    simply makes no sense!

    Reply

    • Lisa
      Apr 13, 2011 @ 14:49:42

      LOL! Sorry Barb, I was having trouble thinking of K’s. I’m going to add that into the poem now.

      Reply

    • nrhatch
      Apr 13, 2011 @ 14:55:14

      Oh, fun. Now, I want to play
      With words and the missing “K”
      Kiwi, Koala, Kanga and Roo
      And, yes, even the Kakapoo

      Hmmph.
      It’s kakapo, NOT kakapoo

      Oh, it’s kakapo, not kakapoo
      That’s a fine, how-do-you-do
      I’m sorry if you took offense
      I meant no harm with this nonsense

      Thanks, guys! I’ve had fun
      And now this rhyming time is done!

      Reply

  6. athursdayschild has a long way to go and much to be thankful for.
    Apr 13, 2011 @ 18:41:16

    That’s really kute and very kreative! K’s are kind of hard.

    Reply

  7. Heather Henry
    Apr 14, 2011 @ 21:20:11

    I love the k poem, very klever!!

    Reply

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