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Affidavits Poems

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Coal when clamours to be diamond
When facts loosen tight grip, truth its bond,
A monkey nut when struts like almond,
Rigour loses its rage,
Precision its sharp edge,
Coal clamours then to be a diamond,
O lose not last courage,
Persist on the same page,
Precious stone comes but one in thousand.
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Scams,...Read More
Categories: affidavits, truth,
Form: Limerick



Rabbit DNA

Hare trigger instincts
always served Roger well
He had an oh, no-no lettuce nose — 
a hyper-keen sense   when to leave
Roger was rabbit good
at knowing when
to skip out    on his responsibilities  
  
Before bedtime stories
would...Read More
Categories: affidavits, parents, parody, truth, wisdom,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Boston Legal

Boston Legal raises jurisprudence burdens of proof to a more realistic level
Observant fans of Bergen, Shatner, Spader, David Kelley could be seen as rebels,
Savoring games of assault and battery on real life large and small actualities
Testifying every act negligent or...Read More
Categories: affidavits, conflict, corruption, judgement, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The fear of
                                  The fear of...

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Categories: affidavits, courage, fear, leaving, sorrow, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Kid's Brother
Billy the Kid had a brother whose name was Joe
and after the Kid's death he let everyone know
that he would kill Pat Garrett unmercifully on sight
for killing his brother on that mournful night.
Joe and a friend were drinking in a...Read More
Categories: affidavits, fantasy, history, me, brother, brother, friend, life,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member The Sheriff and The Brother
Both of their eyes locked hard on one another.
The sheriff needed to talk with this grieving, vengeful brother.
"Have a seat and a drink with me," the sheriff said to him.
"I need to explain to you what actually happened,
but before I...Read More
Categories: affidavits, cowboy-westernwrite, brother, old, brother, life, me, old,
Form: Rhyme