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Allergic Poems - Poems about Allergic

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...Doormat Sally Doormat Sally cried the moment she discovered that she was allergic to shoe wipe and cat pee. ......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, humor,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Just say NO
...I simply must say No to wearing body spray Or else I'll be allergic to myself ALL DAY! ;-P......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, body, funny, giggle, self,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Bun Fight at The OK Carrol
... The Earp brothers all gathered, and stood in a row with their own large tashes Along with Doc Holliday, thought they would give the cowboys a good bashing Doc Holliday, under the cover of his c......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, humorous, write,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member she was demure dainty and kind
...Charlie recognized grandma's neighbor Teresa the instant she looked up. He had not seen her for ten years, but he remembered her kindnesses. When grandma passed he felt too miserable to play with h......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, love,
Form: Prose Poetry
Love, but, but
...Love these shaking hands They are made to write But, hands betray me Love the self that writes We’re on the same page But, I hate you still Love how openly you incense me You're ignition ......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, addiction, betrayal, hate, irony,
Form: Free verse

the hill of epitaphs
...In the dirty hands of poverty, Scavengers of the Republic of Enlightenment Quench their thirst under the eyelids of the proletarians. A sinecure of hard drugs To silence the lamentations of t......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, 12th grade, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
...I feel so sad to be a child of my home It sounds ungrateful when moaning on a throne but I reallly am trapped in a heaven I don't belong I can' t control it. sadness floods but I missed the ar......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, happiness, i am, identity,
Form: Free verse
Come post presidential election 2024
...Come post presidential election 2024... heil to the Wharton chief firebrand - more worrisome than an ovarian cyst every race, religion, nationality, gender, creed, et cetera with impunity dis......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member DRAFT - Rock Lobster, Ode to Ignorance
... this fool with his drool baby drip spewing bull nobody asked for it ......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, analogy, extended metaphor, power,
Form: Concrete
The Art of Being Blind
...She never got spoon-fed and started licking off the knives But knives cut her tongue Her home is in the white spaces but not the words You claim to know the flower, but do you know its pollen grai......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, 11th grade, abuse, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
The Parables of My Soul
...In the twilight of my melancholy existence, love savors its bravery, like a vulture allergic to the suspicious aspects of ephemeral glamour, in a final macabre choreography. On the edge of the prec......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, 12th grade, allegory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Parents Note To Teacher
...Will’s mother sent her son’s fifth grade teacher a note. He is with you more than he is with me. If he has bad manners, it is your fault. Because you did not teach him better. If he hits someon......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, teacher,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Ballad of the Senior Brigade
...Well it’s one o’clock on a Tuesday The regular crowd wanders in There’s an old broad Sittin’ next to me Wonderin’ which room she’s in She says, “Girl can you join me for bingo? I don’t really......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, age, community, crazy, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Is Twenty Eight Cats Enough
...Is twenty-eight cats extensive? She asked. We dared not speak to our Mama Masked. She has lots of money, and no dependents yet. If she dies, the ones who please her will be totally set. Oh, not......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Beg To See Leg With Peg
...when we would rehearse shallow we had found our purse things will become worse we could comprehend that rules will have to amend prayers to God send mouth started to sag when he had been k......Read the rest...
Categories: allergic, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku

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