Rhythm and Hues: ‘whoop-de-doo’

'whoop-de-doo'

‘whoop-de-doo’

A rhymester writes

I was always set to do

Something along these lines

The ‘whoop-de-doo’

A mission statement

My coat of arms

A calling card

A visual cue

The sonic signature

Of a guy who does

The ‘whoop-de-doo’

It’s attitude and life-style for a man

Who wants to mesmerise you

So listen to the little guy

Who is a shadow, you’re counterpart

When he whistles and coo’s

Aware that he’s been tickled by

The ‘whoop-de-doo’

There’s no hiding nor shame

In a continuous rhythm

That settles in the mind

Colours the blood

And fills all your waking spaces

With ‘whoop-de-doo’

2 thoughts on “Rhythm and Hues: ‘whoop-de-doo’

  1. A Mike poem with rhymes in it! Quite a literary development……what bloody next? Traditional stanza forms? Sonnets? Iambic pentametres? Trochaic substitutions? This reader is now breathless with anticipation…….

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