Find a factual article about an animal. Make sure it repeats the name of the animal a lot. Now, go back through the text and replace the name of the animal with something else. You should wind up with some very funny and even touching combinations, which you can then rearrange and edit into a poem.
I chose an article about elephants. I replaced the word “elephants” with . . .
The Secrets of my Childhood the secrets of my childhood grow tusks that plow furrows into the soil of my existence into which I sow the despair of my longing led by a matriarch, the secrets of my childhood are organized into complex social structures that do not allow pathetic creatures like me to escape the secrets of my childhood tend to live in isolation and I am forced to dwell in the jungles of regret hidden from the outside world the secrets of my childhood need extensive land areas to survive I forage in the undergrowth for sustenance there will never be enough