“Allen’s Alienated Puns” by Rasmus K. Robot

He was so not back petaling flowers,
pun puny punny-funny et. al. and Allen
that:

With lazy dead daisies
in a tipped over vase,
the daze days were lazy by default, by fault
and fault lines on the grounds for failures:
the languor of liquor-desperate follies, yes

inert pens in unhandy hands
cupping lackadaisical thinking
in bursting bubbles falling
made a quaky lazybones
blink and cry ink.