DAISIES

July 8, 2014

Daisies, daisies, give me your answers, do. Do you want fries with that and chocolate milkshakes, too?

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CROON MOON JUNE

June 1, 2014

on the first of june i croon a tune by the light of the moon in my giant spittoon

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LIONS ARE DANDY

May 24, 2014

The lions are dandy at this time of year. They’re scouts for the triffid invasion, I fear.

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NOT ABOUT FISH

May 21, 2014
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This here rhyme is not about fish. Rather it’s all about making a wish. Oh moon, or sun, or any old star Up there above me, please fix my car. Thanks in advance. I’ll be in the bar.

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THE NIGHTMARE MICE

March 16, 2014
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Beware of the nightmare mice No, they are not very nice They catch and squeeze doves with their creepy white gloves Their bodies are crawling with lice

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POEM WITH ZAPPER

February 18, 2014
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I’ll write a poem today to rhyme in the usual way I’ll end with a capper an odd little zapper Oh, how the moon clenches its fist!

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SONG LYRIC

February 11, 2014

There is a steamboat in my head, If you remove it, I’ll be dead, So you had best just let it be, While I dance with my manatee.

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SONG OF THE INTROVERT

January 13, 2014
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A few things about me you should know The moment I arrive I’m eager to go I’m plotting ‘Good-bye’ when I say ‘Hello’ That’s what about me you should know One more thing about me you should know If you ask me to travel, I’ll always say ‘No’ I abhor loud and bright, prefer soft […]

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GNU EAR POEM

December 31, 2013

On New Year’s Eve Harrison Grieve always dines on oats. ‘I do so because,’ he told his cuz, ‘it keeps away the goats.’ ‘How does that work?’ asked his cousin, James Burke, a skeptic from the west. Harry replied, I keep closed one eye and dab mustard all over my vest.’ Not being a dunce, […]

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TAMMY

October 14, 2013
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Tammy’s neighbors gossiped, kept up a constant whine. Tammy’s neighbors wondered why she never toed the line. The orders weren’t muddled. In fact, they were quite clear. Gold was the chosen color for all the leaves this year.

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