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Grook Humorous Poems | Grook Poems About Humorous

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Jealous Beast

When it comes to the vacuum cleaner
my dog is a jealous beast,
showing off his fangs and claws.
Does he not know that I'd feed
my Oreck less if he, now and then, but
wiped his paws?

Copyright © Timothy Hicks

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Obnoxious Laugh

It's funny when people complain
about you having an obnoxious laugh
(and yet they're as cold as ice).
There's no need to explain yourself to this person.
Not when a good drawn out fit of laughter
would suffice!

Copyright © Timothy Hicks

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Girly Man

Lifting weights to get large
While shrinking down my waist
Many years of training and my largest muscle
Is my stomach

Still a girly man

©2013 Rick Zablocki

Copyright © Rick Zablocki

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Bird Lip Grook

My son’s bird loves to squeak and squawk
As through puckered lips, though he’s got none.
I think he likes to hear himself talk,
But his carrying on is not much fun.

I whistle back, though a little flat
Hinting, “Don’t give me none of your lip.”
He replies, with an ear piercing cry
Of, “Chip-chip-chirp, cheep-cheep-chirrip!”

For Suzette's Grook contest

Copyright © David Fisher

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Quid Pro Quo

Quid pro quo                                                                                                                Penny ante                                                                                                                            It is only a penny for your thoughts                                                                                                Unless you do not know?                                                                                                                    Happiness can’t be bought                                                                                             With no money to burn and a penny saved is a penny earned                                                     Why do you put in your two cents worth?

Copyright © John Beam

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                                         The conman posing as a wizard
                                  told him to seek the answer from a frog,
                            of where he would get his treasure; in the fog,
                               "rrribit!" "rrrribit!" came the answer, from a pond,
                                   leaving the victim fifty pence emptier

Copyright © Teddy Kimathi

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Drama queen

The Prairie dogging contra versies                                                                                   Oh, the queen of dramaturge                                                                                             absurd this stick stinking stirrer                                                                                          A interdiction of artless showmanship                                                                             Dramatis personae that’s pure over acting bull                                                                     in a glass house better                                                                                                        left in an outhouse

Copyright © John Beam

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Rose colored glasses

If grass is always greener                                                                                                 on the other side of the fence                                                                                             that means I would have                                                                                                   to mow more grass

Copyright © John Beam