Monthly Archives: May 2016

Hungrish

I’m not really hungry But not really not So I drift to the kitchen To see what we’ve got Even though I know well Well before I begin That there’s nothing I want So I drift back again To the … Continue reading

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One Monday In May

One Monday late in every May Is special in the USA. Of outdoor spaces we avail Ourselves–a park, a beach, a trail Or picnic spot–where we can play And eat and drink the day away Forgetting all our woes and … Continue reading

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Rabnot

The bunnies in the corner park Are stiff as statues ’til it’s dark When nobody is watching, so Can they be truly bunnies? No.

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California Streaming

This state, so they say, is in drought But that claim I have reason to doubt: Today for an hour I stood by the shower And watched, and it never ran out!

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The Most Important Meal Of The Day

This morning’s breakfast food is round And white inside, while also browned On each flat surface. One by one Is how I eat them, though it’s fun To stack them each atop the other First, and then chow down. My … Continue reading

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Crunch Rhyme

I’m not going to work on this. Don’t have the time. There’s more on my schedule Than crafting a rhyme Or excreting in iambs And stanzas all night. What can I say? I’ve just no time to write.

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If They Make Fun Of Your Enormous Feet

Write a poem. That’ll show ’em!

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