Tag Archives: Laugh

How Many Words Do We Need?

No sound emitting, you cannot speak Only unintelligible squeak Facial expression fails to engage People …to you hidden in blank page They smile at you politely and then Silence makes uncomfortable men Side stepping uneven verbal dance They move away … Continue reading

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Elephant’s Do Not Forget

Even though it was many a year, I still had not forgotten my fear, Of that animal, trunk, grey skin, A battle, which I could not win, With elephants a herd of at least, Seventy, eighty of giant beast, And … Continue reading

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Fashioning A New Career

How hard could it be to make a dress, Just sewing some fabric more or less, And so began my career in fashion, With lots of gusto, lots of passion, And my first creation looked great, Even better if I … Continue reading

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Supermarket Fun

It wasn’t on purpose that I mistook, Her shopping cart, which did look, Like mine, it was also half full, And right near my trolley after all, As she searched for her unfinished shop, Up and down each aisle, bottom … Continue reading

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The Where And Wear Of Underwear

Hanging up, pegged in a line, Like flags, of different design, Boxers, briefs and underwear, Flapping knickers, full fanfare, And although they were clean, No telltale marks too obscene, There was something truly shocking, Provoking disgust and mocking, Not just … Continue reading

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Celebrating Freedom

I am free, Little me, No conspiracy, That I can see, To scrub away, For many a day, And come what may, Keep crumbs at bay, To clean the home, Create sterile dome, With fine comb, Lest crumbs did roam, … Continue reading

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Cooking Up A Storm

Sandstorm mixed with rain and thunder, Combined colors, sounds and wonder, Feeling of cold imagined as real, Conjured up wintery hearty meal, Pea soup and bread to dip inside, A new spongy recipe would be tried, Change of mind meant … Continue reading

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