English MT unit on poetry, MR

The Three Unfortunate Tragedies

I

Across the street, across came a man

however see did not, the Van

Over his head, over ran the tires

pulled his parts out with pliers.

He was now an open minded man

II

Out of the sky, out flew a plane

unfortunately it began to rain

Applied he did, applied Newton’s Second law

he did not stop, to see his only flaw

He had a close-minded brain.

III

For he did not care, for what people said

preferred to talk to himself instead

In circles he walked, encircled the park

continued to walk until it went dark

Faded to black, this man’s head.

~MR

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2 thoughts on “English MT unit on poetry, MR

  1. SG

    this poem is really gud. it certainly explains how people r and can be even today..

  2. JS

    Very good and I liked tragedy 1 the best because it is true and funny. I can see how they are all related.

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