How to Write a Clerihew 

The clerihew was invented by Edmund Clerihew Bentley, a British novelist and humourist, when he was just 16 years old. A clerihew poem is a four-line poem about a person. It contains facts and some fun information about the person. Clerihews are fun to write and interesting to read.

How to Write a Clerihew Poem:  In a clerihew poem, the first and second lines of the poem rhyme with each other and so do the third and fourth lines. The first line names a person who is the subject of the poem. The second line ends with a word that rhymes with the name of the person. The rema
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