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Poem Details | by Richard Lamoureux |
Categories: humorous,

Excuses Excuses

It wasn't my fault I didn't get it done
This has been a truly horrible day
I'm telling you it sure hasn't been fun.

Oh I tried my best to do it your way
The instructions got caught up in the wind
This has been a truly horrible day

Lost from the start, with nowhere to begin
My frustration makes a whole lot of sense
The instructions got caught up in the wind.

The next thing, I'm sitting on a fence
The white pickets ripped a hole my pants
My frustration makes a whole lot of sense

You're thinking this is, just a song and dance
It wasn't my fault I didn't get it done
The white pickets ripped a hole in my pants
I'm telling you it sure hasn't been fun


Excuses Contest


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

Cholesterol Done Him In

I will eat liver periodically despite doc's kvetch

   When I cease to function, upon my cold granite stone you may etch:

      "Too much cholesterol clogged the veins of this unfortunate wretch!"

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
© All Rights Reserved

Tied for No. 5 in Dr. Ram's "Triplet" Contest - August 2011

Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: funny,

TRIPLET

TRIPLET

If you spent most of your money on beer
In an effort to generate good cheer
The bank manager might easily jeer

He’d be looking at your balance in fear
Wond’ring if the end of your spend is near
Or should he give you a kick in the rear

You’d  might still  manage to be in the clear 
If only you were a psychic or  seer
To predict black or red by end of  year

When you shed just a slight bit of a tear
The manager’d say, “I’d  still hold  you dear
If you take your business  away from here.”
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Written for, and entered in, Dr Ram’s contest  TRIPLET