This is why you see 'roses are red' poems all over the internet
Twitter has been especially poetic lately as people are sharing their own takes of a popular rhyme.
The meme, which always starts with "roses are red," is followed with a photo that "completes the rhyme and serves as the punchline" according to The Daily Dot.
It's actually been around for a long time. The rhyme itself dates back to the 16th century, but Weird Twitter started making the joke online in 2015.
Sometimes the punchline is a headline:
Sometimes it's a YouTube video title:
And sometimes it's a screencap:
The meme is adapting and, of course, flipping around.
And now there's a bot that ruins everything by automatically tweeting popular headlines matched with nonsensical rhymes:
Now that you understand the meme, you can check out some more of the best tweets about it: