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Poem Details | by Jan Allison |
Categories: age, humorous,

I'M a 8

A year has passed I’m looking so much older 
Bottom is huge and my boobies have gone south 
Got an aching back and pain in my shoulder 
Need anti ageing cream for lines round my mouth 
Have to wear glasses and use my hearing aid
Now I have dentures, my real teeth have decayed
I may dribble some wee when I laugh or sneeze 
This ageing process it sure isn’t a breeze 

Form: Rispetto – scheme ababccdd
Syllable counter from Poetry Soup used  - 11 syllables per line 
Contest: Tell me your number
Sponsor: Andrea Dietrich

Birthday 25th January  2 + 5 + 1 = 8 number is 8
~awarded 2nd place~

Poem Details | by Christopher Bunton |
Categories: funny, love, pets,

To *****

*****, *****, my fun, little, furry friend.

Your tongue is long and pink, and always hangs out.

Chasing your tail, is a game, that will not end.

Why won't you come when I call,  Unless I shout?

*****, *****, you lay in my bed and fart,

And when it's time to bathe, you scurry and dart.

*****, I hate the times I've stepped in your poo.

But, you always make me laugh and I love you.

For the "Valentine"  Contest.

Poem Details | by Russell Sivey |
Categories: happiness, life, giggle,

Night of Exhausting Fun

Lighthouse in the distance, they bask in its light Darkness is lit up with each of its passing Three women in bathing suits dance in the night They put their toes in the sand, just so warming They giggle and laugh with total merriment Night’s most precious when living in the moment They went to exhaustion, had lots of real fun To home they went because the evening was done
Russell Sivey

Poem Details | by Ina Goodling |
Categories: animal, funny, moon, space,

Vacuum the Moon

Somebody ought to go vacuum the moon
All the space dust is starting to show
Somebody ought to take care of it soon
For the wolves are all restless, you know

They say it’s too dingy to give a good howl
And we’re starting to get complaints from the owls
How is it that in the great “vacuum” of space
Someone still left dirty prints on its face?

Poem Details | by Emile Pinet |
Categories: 10th grade, animal, beautiful, cat, funny love, humorous, imagery,

Crinkled Cellophane

As Jack Frost feathers the outside windowpane, my silly kitty tries to scratch through the ice. Although the glass looks like crinkled cellophane, stop wasting your time, silly kitty; be nice. Let's snuggle together and watch the frost form from my bed, where it is cuddly soft, and warm. Mom said it's okay for you to sleep with me, but you gotta use your litter box to pee. (Rispetto) 09,04,2019