Friday, 11 April 2014

mostly Jolly




is for Jingle




A jingle is a simple repetitious rhyme sound; a catchy musical verse, often used in advertisements.  It is a piece of light singsong poetry.  It is also much used in parody.  Here's mine:




Blood is mostly red
poisoned it turns blue
I hear someone called RaGa
has this blue blood too
don’t know if they’re toxic
tell me if you do.












Posted for the A-Z Challenge.




14 comments:

  1. A lot of t.v. and radio commercials use jingles, to keep the song in people's heads.

    M. J. Joachim

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    1. Radio jingles especially, some very strong ones with high recall. Thanks much for dropping by.

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  2. Nice going with A-Z challenge. Enjoyed your words!

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    1. Thanks and wish you good luck too with the rest of it.

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  3. Amazingly jingles get in your head and never leave !

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    1. They can get in my head and get on my nerves too!

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  4. I thought blood was blue until it is oxygenated. Interesting jingle!

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    1. Regular blood always comes in shades of red dark maroon, crimson,scarlet, whatever...noble and poisoned blood, now that's another matter :) thanks for visiting.

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  5. Oh My! Blue blood he surely has :) Lovely jingle...liked the question but don't know the answer to it.

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  6. Lol that's a question only he may answer!

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  7. Thanks Sulekha and Sabeeha for dropping by...maybe we find the answer out soon? :) and how did I let slip it was a 'he' ? :P

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  8. Parody is fine but the jingle can drive one crazy!

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