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    Poems you make up on the spot

    Unrehearsed and so on, just fly.

    Here's mine for now.

    Wise guy

    Aye he said for he was good with words,
    And let them fly, but sometimes
    Sat back a little and watched the birds,
    As they passed by
    And in his mind he committed crimes.

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    Tommy and Melissa

    Tommy met Melissa where
    The park provided shade.
    They talked until he touched her there
    And then he kissed the maid.

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    Solid yesno. A million points for you.

    Something

    Am off to see the thing with which I don't agree--
    We shall see, how will it be?
    I dunno yet, but I bet
    It will be something I have seen,
    Or maybe something I aint seen yet.

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    Have no time

    Forgot what I wanted to say.

    Watched Springsteen and Chuck Berry

    this is not a poem.

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    It's that ever pervasive feeling that
    Growing Up will offer no
    Improvment to this Inbalance
    I so often refer to as
    My personality.

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    I have this coffee table - it's huge and designed to take a pair of feet no sweat - anybody's feet, everybody's feet, Bigfoot's big feet - with boots on

    I go to a friend's house and automatically put my feet on their coffee table - seen 'em do it to mine

    Well they look at me like I've just had a crap in their living room - won't be goin' back there again! And everyone's welcome to put their weary feet on my coffee table except them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MystyrMystyry View Post
    I have this coffee table - it's huge and designed to take a pair of feet no sweat - anybody's feet, everybody's feet, Bigfoot's big feet - with boots on

    I go to a friend's house and automatically put my feet on their coffee table - seen 'em do it to mine

    Well they look at me like I've just had a crap in their living room - won't be goin' back there again! And everyone's welcome to put their weary feet on my coffee table except them!


    I was looking for a different smiley.

    I don't have a coffee table. I could never see the point of having one. It just takes up room. And people think they can put their feet on it. Basically what I need is a thing-to-put-your-dirty-feet-on kind of furniture.

    I guess I'll look for one when I get tired of looking for smileys.

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    Tell me more, tell me all,
    tell me what are we two,
    tell me how do you do,
    tell me more, tell me all.

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    free,

    that's beautiful.

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    I went to Wales in yester-spring
    And saw a hill named Blorenge.
    To me, the most surprising thing
    Was that it rhymes with orange.
    Dare to know

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    I've got a story that has an object called a Blorange, and the colour Blorange

    It's pretty old now though



    Here's one:

    I hate Microsoft - not overall just the name
    It's strange how I have automatic updates on
    And they can't update their programmes
    Maybe they need a change of name like Soft On ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MystyrMystyry View Post
    I've got a story that has an object called a Blorange, and the colour Blorange

    It's pretty old now though
    Circle and hurkle also popped into my head, but I couldn't make anything out of them on the spot.
    Dare to know

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    Regarding Cats & Earwax

    While pondering earwax
    and its fondness by cats
    I recalled that one could
    check one's keyboard
    with a UV lamp
    for signs of feline mist

    Ta ! (short for tarradiddle),
    tailor STATELY
    tailor

    who am I but a stitch in time
    what if I were to bare my soul
    would you see me origami

    7-8-2015

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    Popped into my head whilst spending time with my baby niece yesterday, it made her laugh


    Sticky fingers, just learnt to crawl
    Sticky fingers all up the wall
    Sticky fingers all over the telly
    Smeary smears of petroleum jelly
    "Oh what is this" mum is pouting
    "Sticky fingers!" mum is shouting
    Wish I knew what I did wrong
    Me 'n' sticky fingers were just having fun

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    The fine rain falls but the city's wrecked with weeds and the overcoat I lost makes me search my clothes

    I find a good old shirt, should really get an umbrella

    It's dark now and the cracks are tricky

    No one carries a flashlight but I reckon it's an idea

    The 24 hour store knows me well, I get some beers for my bag and lumber back, through the rain and the cracks and the dark, another morning waiting to say hello

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