A hyperbole poem is naturally a hyperbolic, rhyming discourse into a subject. The idea of hyperbolic poems is to take advantage of the meter and rhythm of poetry, which is actually a lyrical literary form when using the types of expression involved in hyperbolic poetry. Doggerel is really the best known form of hyperbole, using a series of overstated images to make a rhyming point. As song lyrics, hyperbole retains its poetic form, but becomes more flexible and emphatic.
Examples of Hyperbole Poem:
|The Owl and the Pussycat Edward Lear|
I Am The Walrus The Beatles
Lewis Carroll's Alice poems (The time has come, the Walrus said...)
Edward lear's illustration of the owl and the pussycat.