GIFTS

May 11, 2015

They gave him some popcorn They gave him a rake They gave him 3 pieces of pie They gave him a warning to be out of town by the 31st day of July

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POETIC POECIA

April 28, 2015

my sister’s aunt (rhyme it with want) decided to go fishing she caught an old tire, a tin can and some wire and the law firm of Harboth & Swishing

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HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

April 21, 2015

long in the fellow short in the tooth henry wadsworth yea forsooth

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MARVELOUS STORY

April 6, 2015
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I’ve written a marvelous story. It begins on a wing and a prayer. It continues to struggle for glory with a cat consuming a pear. It ends on a lake in a dory with about a minute to spare. I’ve written a marvelous story all alone while I sat in this chair.

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FIRST PRIZE

April 4, 2015

For being the first to awaken, I gave her a copper penny. She bowed her thanks politely and told me her name was Jenny.

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AGAIN, NOT MR. LEAR’S BIRTHDAY

March 30, 2015
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A parrot flew out of my nose And perched on a pile of old clothes. It said, ‘Give me a cracker, or else I will smack yer.’ I’m ashamed that we then exchanged blows.

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STILL NOT EDWARD LEAR’S BIRTHDAY

March 29, 2015
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There was an Old man with a wig Who danced a jiggetty jig He danced with such passion his face grew quite ashen And he fell on a great spotted pig

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BLOSSOMS CAPER

March 25, 2015

comes the dawn, blossoms caper while i read the morning paper

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THE HAT LIMERICK NOT ABOUT HATS

March 22, 2015
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A strident reptilian fellow Kept all kinds of stuff in his pillow He lost lots of sleep which caused him to weep Much more than the oft cited willow

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NOT EDWARD LEAR’S BIRTHDAY

March 19, 2015

In honor of Edward Lear, who was not born on this date in any year you could name, the following poem is dedicated. Once Jill was lost on a mountain Once Jill was trapped in a fountain Once Jill was captured by geese Once Jill was jailed by her niece Therefore, naturally Jill now lives […]

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