How do i write a poem on Henry vlll's wives?

i dont really know how to write poems , but i have devised an easy rhyme that explains henry the vlll's wives: this is my poem-

divorced, beheaded and died. divorced, beheaded, survived.

i am henry the vlll, i had six sorry wives, some may say i ruined their lives.

catherine of aragon was 1, she failed to give me a son, i had to aks her for a divorce, that broke her poor heart of course.

young anne boleysn she was 2, had a daughter the best she could do, i said she flirted with some other man, so off went the chop for dear anne.

lovely jane seymour was 3, the love of a lifetime for me, she gave me a son, little prince Ed, then poor jane went and dropped dead.

divorced, beheaded and died. divorced, beheaded, survived.

i am henry the vlll, i had six sorry wives, some may say i ruined thier lives.

anne of cleves, she was 4. i fell for the protrait i saw, laid eyes on her face, and cried SHE IS A HORSE!!! i had to ask, for a divorce.

catherine howard was 5, a child of 19 so alive. she flirted with others no way to behave, that, sent, young cath to her grave.

catherine parr, she was last, by then all my best days were past. i lay on my death bed, just aged 55, lucky catherine, the last stayed alive.

i hope this helped.....