Addling Poems - Below
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addling, beach, children, holiday,
Grab the keys let’s get into the car
Raring to go, we won’t travel too far
Everything’s packed inside the car boot
And I’ve meticulously planned our route
To the seaside for a treat this bank holiday
Everyone’s excited as we get on our way
Dream Series: Naughty Grandmas XXX
addling, age, dream, funny, grandmother, humor, old, sexy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Last night I dreamed Rhonda and I were so desperate for income that we either started or were hired by a grandma sex hotline.
I don't remember a lot of the dream but I remember taking one call, and I provided...Read More
A Poem By A Young And Wandering Poet
addling, nature, poets,
Form: Free verse
It’s cool and the dusk is young yet,
The sun is taking its time to set beyond the mountain tops
I try to enjoy my fourth legal beer in the backyard
Also known as The Upper Room,
Where I once enjoyed dozens of illegal...Read More
Parody Mocking Twilight Fans
addling, satireme, me, , cute,
Once upon a sullen silence, I sighed, I sighed about the Cullens.
Crazy, dreamy, drowsy fans, oh how it made me sore;
Muscular, masculine vampire men with shiny skin gave me chagrin.
Their paleness, ageless, alter less lives gave me such a...Read More
Allure of Temptation
addling, adventure, confusion, death, dedication, depression, devotion, peace
Form: I do not know?
Captured by the craze
The shock of the rebounding wave
the body is taken to the grave
ding dong ding dong
what am I doing here?
The convoluted state of where I am
the howling of
I wrap my scant shawl
around my shoulders
and remember my...Read More
Getting The Hang Of It
I'm only after the morning after,
so I struggle to stand and to stagger
with a dazed throng toward a sober train,
with ferocious migraine addling my brain.
Hanging on a Hangover
addling, people, places, social,
He's after the morning after,
struggles to stand and stagger
with the throng toward a train,
with migraine addling his brain;
stares blankly, blank-faced city,
this hurrying horde of humanity,