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Category: Funny Parody Poems
       Classic humorous and funny poems using parody - an imitation of a writer, artist, or genre, with exaggeration for comic effect.


Slim feet than lilies tenderer,--
That scarce upbore the body of her,
Naked upon the stones they were;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

White as a shroud the silken gown,--
That flowed from shoulder to ankle down,
With clear blue shadows along it thrown;
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

On back and bosom withouten braid,--
In crispËd glory of darkling red,
Round creamy temples her hair was shed;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

Eyes, like a dim sea, viewed from far,--
Lips that no earthly love shall mar,
More sweet that lips of mortals are;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

The chamber walls are cracked and bare;--
Without the gossips stood astare
At men her bed away that bare;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

Five pennies lay her hand within,--
So she her fair soul's weal might win,
Little she reck'd of dule or teen;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

Dank straw from dunghill gathered,--
Where fragrant swine have made their bed,
Thereon her body shall be laid;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!

Three pennies to the poor in dole,--
One to the clerk her knell shall toll,
And one to masses for her soul;--
                C'est Sainte Margerie!


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