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Best Bring Home The Bacon Poems

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Premium Member About the 1500's
Most people got married in June because
They took their yearly bath in May
Body odor was the reason
Of the flowers in a bouquet

A big tub of...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bring home the bacon, england, history, people,
Form: Quatrain



THE TURKISH TURKEY
For this Turk Turku is a 1-horse
city but he has got to have horse
sense. He will not be as happy as a peacock in Turkey.
Hindi,...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, animal, bird, fish, food, immigration, nonsense,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Different Dream
After a hard day at work I come home
Hear my boy rapping the words to his headphones
Every bleep comes another bleep
As he keeps dancing to...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, conflict, confusion, dad, music, son, perspective,
Form: Lyric
The Quintessential Parent Trap
I created you
the angelic, and the impish 
with my proud and selfless
love for you.
I enthusiastically ate for two
the sweet, the sour,
the salty, ravenous cravings.
I carried...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, funny
Form: Free verse
MISTER CLICHE


Mr Cliché was known for sleeping in his socks,
Where, he dreamt of thinking outside the box.
For breakfast as always he ate rather plain
Just porridge as...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, humor, nonsense, parody, satire, social, vanity,
Form: Rhyme



The South Westerly

                     Oh! for the wet...

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© Peter Dorr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bring home the bacon, winter, rain, snow, rain, snow, new
Form: Free verse
Eiger counter
Eiger counter


"Don't throw the baby out with the bath water," please the water was clean after 
father and mother and the water was better than...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, education, family, children, funny, baby, family,
Form: Free verse
Boredom
 
Boredom

Every single day I do the same stuff
I am shaken early in the morning
My days start already boring and rough
In the traffic, I listen...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, depression,
Form: Free verse
Old ways worked
The Old Ways Worked 

Oh 50 years passed by with the flick of an eye
and our people got so soft don't you see
Back in the...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, angstwork, people, people, work, drug,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Lioness Mother
 Lioness mother
 Creeps into the killing fields
 She's got cubs to feed
 Her hunger unslakable
 And she'll bring home the bacon



Date written and posted:...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, animal, imagery, nature,
Form: Tanka
Message delivery
poet talking tough
must take a stand
poisoned children
to put me under thumb
the gossip mill of word of mouth
learning how to swim
understanding genocide
living in this predicament
its me...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, visionary, warchildren, house, me, children, house,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Feel So Small
Deer stroll in mists that disguise the ridges
Creating a heavenly peace that soothes
This feels spiritual, not religious
And the heart does go where the spirit moves

A...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, autumn, beauty, blessing, christian, faith,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Woof
Woof 
Translated: small package

Four legs, four paws, big jaws, 
fancy ears and a long tail. 
My dog is from the pound. 
What did I expect?

He...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bring home the bacon, dog, friend, friendship, humorous, jesus, peace,
Form: Free verse
No practice needed
Terry Pratchett said, the best fun alone is writting
Agreed, I find completing stunning poems exciting
When thunder grows and lightning shocks the sky
It provides the inspiration...

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Categories: bring home the bacon, art, confidence,
Form: I do not know?