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Poem Details | by Robert L. Hinshaw |
Categories: humorous,

Absent-minded Hank

Thar was once an old buckaroo named Hank,
  
   Who was very absent-minded and lank.

      He told his hoss to skedaddle,

         Fergittin' to mount the saddle.

            'Twas not the first time old Hank drew a blank!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
(c) 2015 All Rights Reserved


Poem Details | by Rainbow Promise |
Categories: betrayal, humor,

Absent

                                                         



                                                   Thinking
                                             that I'm "absent";
                                         many attempts were made
                                     to open those trunks when absent.
                                                    Deceiving!

Poem Details | by Paul Curtis |
Categories: funny

THE ABSENT MINDED OCTOGENARIAN

An octogenarian visited his doctor
'I think I'm getting senile” he said
The doctor replied “I don’t think you are senile
Let’s look for a different diagnosis instead”
“But I keep forgetting to do up my fly”
The old man said “After I’ve been for a pee”
The doctor smiled and then replied
“Not opening your fly before you start, that’s senility”

Poem Details | by Larry Belt |
Categories: funny

Absent Minded Mantis

I can't remember
Where did I leave my car keys?
Please don't drink and drive



For Carolyn's Contest


Poem Details | by john beharry |
Categories: humorous,

Senryu -- absent-mindedness



after searching all over I find my glasses on my nose

Poem Details | by Maggie Huscroft |
Categories: angst, confusion, funny, love, on writing and words, love,

Absent

I don't love you for your wit
You're always spitting bile.
Reluctantly  I now admit
I do not love your smile.

Nor do love your manly touch
And I don't love your smell.
I just don't love you very much,
So why's your silence hell?

I do not miss your lilting voice,
Nor do I miss your kiss.
I've never seen your laughing eyes
So what is there to miss? 

I don't love your hand in mine
It's strictly for the birds.
Without your love I'm doing fine,
But how I miss your words.