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Poem Details | by Louise Nelson |
Categories: childhood, funny, nature, nostalgia, seasons, day,

A Day At the Beach

It's summer, It's hot 
and I'm praying It won't rain
on my way to the beach
riding the F train
I get to Coney Island 
and from the boardwalk I see the sand
looking out towards the ocean
on the beach I now stand

a day at the beach
I can hardly wait
to sit under the rays of the sun
and play in the waves
I lay down my  blanket
and set-up my umbrella stand
I place my cooler of goodies
firmly in that sand
I slather on the sun blocker
for I need protection
I stand at the water's edge
at look down at my reflection

a day at the beach
frolicking in the ocean's waves
a memory form childhood
that I will treasure and save

Poem Details | by Gary Fields |
Categories: confusion, faith, funny, introspection, nostalgia, on work and working,

Trivial Question Iv

*****Can you honestly answer this one question..*******

If "God" were to be a passenger in your car
How many driver's would their be?

Answer: It depends on whether your car has two wheel's or one!


******Question of the day....++++

How do you keep a Poetry Soup Poet or anybody else in suspense?

Answer: To be continued.....Ha! Ha!. He,He...luv. luv------

Poem Details | by Bulinya Martins |
Categories: uplifting, giggle,

Freeom From Turmoil

to walk out of turmoil
               drop a stony idea in the pool of the heart
let the ripples be felt to the full
one song at a time
one flower at a time
                          cheer up
let the guiding star arise from the horizon
see it glow bright to fill the skyline
or light a candle and wipe out darkness
                 utter a word to frame your good goal
                 giggle if you cannot laugh
your heart will then know the truth