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anger, childhood, class, confusion, crazy, dedication, children, kids, funny, growing up, growth, high school, how i feel, innocence, inspiration, life, middle school, people, rights, school, social, stress, student, teacher, teen, teenage, time, today, truth, words, writing, youth,
White board…names written hori-
To go pee…right when class starts –
THAT’S just wrong…
Of students who have bladder
Problems – WOW!
Not using lunchtime to do
No one knows
When to do their duties – SER-
allegory, anti bullying, change, deep, humorous, rights, spoken word,
In sang-froid, sass cords:
Sangoma dashes siren,
Thunder crashes trunk;
Sarky banters with lippy.
Spim for Santa maidenhead.
Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
There was a boy named Jack that knew Jill.
He understood that she hated road kill.
So, he took her to dine.
At a restaurant so fine
It was divine ‘til he passed her the bill!
© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
March 8, 2010
Poetic form: Limerick
break up, evil, freedom, fun, future, humor, rights,
You are right
And I’m wrong
Like a bad song
I keep my lips tight
And my face as long
As I can all year long.
I’m still wrong
And you’re right
My lips remain tight
In control of my tongue
No need to fight
Day and night.
Copyright © August 2022, Hébert Logerie, All rights reserved
Hébert Logerie is the author of several collections of poetry.
funny, life, people,
Sit In here, in my own stink,
Can’t fit my head, in my sink.
They let U out, when they want,
Most of them, will even taunt.
I ask to bathe, she say: “Maybe”
“If I have time”, how they play me.
But a showers not a privilege,
This is no way, 4 humans 2 live.
All I want, is 2 be clean,
Clean shirt & socks, don’t be so mean.
I’ll do my time, wont put up fights,
Just let me have my Human Rights!!!
Poems come so easily
I don’t take time to be
known as poet spectacular.
I tend to spew them out.
They neither shine nor shout.
But, do rhyme in poetic vernacular.
Not about Me!!! I have to work hard for mine.
© Apr 13 2010
L MILTON HANKINS
I once knew a young fellow named Swanson
Who bragged about his enormous johnson
He caught it in a zipper
Which was a painful ripper
And now, he no longer touts his once-on.
written August 14, 2021
Jessica Amanda Salmonson
animal, discrimination, fashion, freedom, humor, rights, silly,
With complete freedom
to wear anything one wants
sauntering the boulevard
in one's hamster ball.
humorous, rights, word play,
Bare with me a moment, my friends, if you will
Please bare in mind our precious constitutional right
~ The right to bare arms