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Poem Details | by Caren Krutsinger |
Categories: humor,

The Thinking Gnat

A gnat is annoying my nose today.
She keeps coming back and landing on me.
She is fast.
Faster than my grabbing hand.
I am eating an apple.
Land on that!
I wait.
She does not respond.
A gnat with a mind of her own.
I may adopt her.
I can often use a good-thinking gnat.
In her honor, I have written the thinking gnat song.
Thinking gnat,
Thinking gnat,
You are smart.
You know where it’s at.
Thinking gnat,
Thinking gnat,
You are amazing.
Smarter than a bat.
Thinking gnat,
Thinking gnat,
You should run the country,
Just another fat cat.

Poem Details | by Brenda Mcgrath |
Categories: funny, humorous, insect,

The Infuriating Gnat

I was sitting here today writing a poem in my little place,
When all of a sudden this gnat comes flying in my face.
I swatted once, I swatted twice, but he got away.
He was determined that he was going to stay.

My house is spotless…how did he get inside?
Gnats are a thorn in my side I can’t abide. 
The gnats in Georgia are infuriating beyond belief.
Why did God create them just to give grief?

Their reason for living is to cause endless aggravation,
And my exclamations are just useless verbalization.
I’m going to get that little bugger if it’s the last thing I do.
He crossed the line- when in here he flew!

Poem Details | by Joyce Johnson |
Categories: funny,

Nasty Gnat

I was bitten by a gnat
Who didn't ask permission
I caught the little rascal
How dare he bite me?

I put him into a jar.
He made a big commotion.
So I put a stamp on jar.
Sent him to Carrie.

By: Joyce Johnson Came in 2nd

Poem Details | by Neill Mockett |
Categories: animals, children, funny,

Ogden Gnat

Don't be afraid - no need for that
Don't run away from Ogden Gnat
You won't be his supper tonight
He only wants to share the light

This mosquito intends no harm
He doesn't mean to cause alarm
Around you he flies only to look
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