Poems: Humour

15Nov

Light Or Dark

Light or dark? You have a choice,
Listen to that inner voice,
Let it guide you through the worse,
Too much? You’ll end up in a hearse;
Dark or light? Choose which side,
On chocolate I can never decide

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04Nov

Recipe

Ingredients, two, hard to mix,
Stir thoroughly – should do the trick,
Simmering heat, melting nice,
Getting hot – add plenty of spice,
Coming to boil – beware of lumps?
Should be ready in about nine months

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21Oct

Superhero

Heard a scream in the night,
Jumped out of bed, ready for a fight,
Threw on my clothes, ran into the street,
Poor girl – three thugs, there to beat,
They turned, stunned – from the situation they shied,
I’d put my underpants on the outside

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11Oct

Mess

A scene of carnage, such a mess,
I look down feeling such distress,
Serial killers, ghosts and ghouls performed,
This charnel house is not the norm,
It’s so hard not to step on all the gore,
I’ve dropped my horror DVDs on the floor

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15Mar

Bump In the Night

It’s coming close – I cannot see,
All is dark, eerily,
Hazards forming before my eyes,
Using night to disguise,
Shock! It comes – hints of Poe,
Ouch!
I’ve stubbed my toe

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17Feb

Blowing the Curve

Life’s a graph, curves up or down,
Got a choice – smile or frown,
Feed from experience and much, much more,
Those damn curves you can’t ignore,
Especially when they’re reflected – groan,
Mirror shows diet really blown

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16Feb

Pommy Granite

Not fruit but a Brit as hard as stone,
A Pom, as in Oz we’re known,
Masters of cricket and rugby, too,
Excellent sports, I’m telling you;
Ideas we have like seeds in a fruit,
From democracy to gravity we recruit;
But named after juices all the time?
Please don’t get me onto lime

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10Feb

Lost

Where it’s gone I’ve no idea,
I’ll never find it, I fear,
I’ve tried so hard to get it back,
But I keep straying off the track,
Of course, the reason is because,
I can’t remember what it was

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24Jan

Brit Speak

Lovely day – what a bore,
Things to do – work galore,
Yes I’m well – you’re feeling sick?
An excellent fellow – what a pr***!
All is fine – nervous stress
It’s raining again – bless

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02Jan

A Wet Poem

Dip in the fountain of eternal youth,
Reverse ageing, that’s the truth,
Feel the wetness washing you,
Of all bad thoughts – ain’t that true?
Then you wake from a lovely treat,
Remember your age and change the sheet

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