This is a Mlarckian.
A Mlarckian lives on mushy moody monster manes.
A Mlarckian eats mainly mandarins, Mars bars, milk, and margaritas like my mom.
A Mlarckian likes munching on human moles and Manchester men.
A Mlarckian made a mountain of marmalade and marzipan.
A Mlarckian molded mount Matterhorn and made my morning.
-- Youngest, March 2012
Youngest and his fellow fourth graders are each charged with creating a book containing different types of poems. His alliterative one calls to mind the Acrostic Eldest wrote when he was in fourth grade.
Both poems are a true testament to the inability of mothers everywhere to trust their children not to divulge too much of what goes on in the home. I liken it to how willing kids are to tell others such fascinating information as the type of underwear worn by their mothers. [I remember being at Target with Youngest and a friend when they were both in kindergarten. Youngest's friend pointed out a huge pair of granny panties as we walked past, saying, "That's what my mom wears!" Damn kids.]