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Born Yesterday Poems

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Relieved and Deceived
Deceived and Relieved

I knew it would end in tears.
The trouble is: I never cry.
You’ve realised all my fears.
And I didn’t blink an eye.

I knew where I stood, so goodbye.
Run away from every painful fact,
Back to momma, I won’t die.
I found...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, divorce, emotions, goodbye, hurt,
Form: Ballade

The Intelligence Of Tuna
There where the tuna sleep mighty
Wet as usual imprisoned in ocean
There are creatures above with poles
The oxygen nitrogen breathers 
The ones with limbs on their sides
With eyes facing front fashioned to hunt
Beings that live in the thin environment
Trying to take...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, abuse, appreciation, betrayal, fish,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SERIOUSLY


Give me a break! I am not that gullible!
What's this baloney you're trying to feed me?
Most ridiculous story I ever heard!
Do you truly think I was born yesterday?

Submitted on April 2, 2019, for contest BABY FACE WHAT'S YOU THINKIN 2_PICTURE...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, fantasy, spoken word, trust, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 10 THINGS
I am your baby…just born yesterday…I have all my fingers…all of my toes
and even though I can’t talk yet…here are 10 things I’d like you to know.

You will receive  a lot of good and bad advice…
you won’t always be...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, child, children, parents,
Form: Verse
The Ladies Room
Cloistered within the restroom stall
eavesdropping on my peers
soft whispers echo off tiled walls
revealing secrets, hidden tears

Somehow this restroom has become
a sordid confessional booth
a place of refuge, safe for some
to air their inner truth

Co-workers cluster, confiding things
they wouldn't want the boss...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, community, people, perspective, places, society,
Form: Rhyme

My Child
There sit my sweet child as
he was born yesterday.
The bonding between a mother
and her child
through 9 months
inside of a mother's womb
was an incredible and 
precious feeling

I remember the first day he 
came into this world with many
emotional joy and tears...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, appreciation, baby, mother,
Form: Free verse
your best shot
all these comments and none that matter
ego intact, not broken or shattered
say what you want, you arrogant fools
hope you don't fall from that high stool

you think you know, and I'll take a knee
not born yesterday, or hidden from thee
I put...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, perspective,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Your Name
Your Name
By Franklin Price

We were in Key West a-drinkin'
Were so drunk we were not thinkin'
Was the middle of a sunny afternoon
All in the bar were smokin'
Irish Kevin was a-jokin'
You won't believe what I'll be sayin' soon

The jokes that he was...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, hilarious, smile,
Form: Rhyme
I Wasn't Born Yesterday
              I Wasn't Born Yesterday

   I'm 96 years old. I can't remember at what point
   my life became an endurance event. My scrapbooks
...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, age, family, old,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Never Talk to Strangers Anyways
I never talk to strangers anyways.

Stop me if you've heard this one.
I feel as though we've met before.
Perhaps I am mistaken
but it's just that I remind you 
of someone you used to care about
But that was long ago.

Do you think...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, change, identity, today,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Same Ol' Song and Dance
As I look back across more musical times
of rhythmic reflections,
ceremonies and commemorations
of each dawn and dusk eremitic liturgy,
if that is not an oxymoron
of sound and sight,
song and dance,
tragically sad, yet also bilaterally bound with happier chance 
of liturgical comedies 
reflected...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, community, dance, humanity, humor, integrity, love, music,
Form: Political Verse
Without Masks
I have fought on the dark battle fields of hell,
and have been favored by the fortunes of heaven
I niether fear nor fret, and put the cares of others above myself          ...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, bible, character, christian, earth, fear, heaven, love,
Form: Dramatic monologue
A Baby of the Nation
A baby of the nation;
Infant child,
Born yesterday,
Raised the other day,
Educated the day before,
And buried last month.

A baby of the nation;
Stripped of nationality,
Even before clothing it,
Thrown and disposed,
Even before its making.

Now i can't walk,
I can't even go to work,
Without extra paper;
I...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, absence,
Form: Free verse
Born Yesterday
It was the first trip to Europe for Miss Hews
who was terribly shocked by statuary views.
She thought it a sin
to show so much skin.
Some of which apparently struck her as news....Read More
Categories: born yesterday, innocence,
Form: Limerick
Daddy, Daddy, Daddy, Daddy can I have 
Do you think I am made of money, wealth, prosperity.

Daddy, Daddy, Daddy, Daddy can I do
When I was your age we did as we was told, we did not just do things without...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, children,
Form: Prose
Well I've learned to get by
Well I’ve learned to get by
yes I’ve found out ways to survive
in this jungle
I’m not a kid, you can’t fool me
I know the score, as you can see
I wasn’t born yesterday
But there’s got to be more than this
The stupid Christmas...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, stress,
Form: Blank verse
I am sure
I am sure

A no brainer
that fought like sin,
Too much aggro
for want of snogging,
Lay in a fix of drugs
in shooting gallery,
Wearing the best of
the bib and tucker,
Became a crapshoot,
a bunny rabbit
that wore long johns,
Wandered in main drag
with ghetto blaster,
Out of the...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, conflict, devotion, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Half bubble and a few bricks for contest
He is "half a bubble off of centre"
More than "A few bricks short of a load"
He is not a Prince worth kissing
He is more of an ugly toad.

Some think he is "Rock Solid"
A veritable "Mountain of a man"
Instead he's a...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, humor,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member A funny do is a funny don't
I don't even know what I want to write
So I just write whatever comes to mind
Surely by now you already heard the news
that I don't know
Yeah you don't know it too
That's why it's called news haha
Anyway you can
What do you...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, crazy, faith, fun,
Form: Free verse
Customs To Getting Old
abuse, age, discrimination, health, introspection, lonely, old,

Customs To Getting Old  ©

There are very ingrained customs noted when getting old
Getting accustomed to old age is not one of them
One has to be blessed with 65 years of life to be...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, abuse, age, discrimination, health, introspection, lonely, old,
Form: Epic
An Open Invitation to Tony Blair - Part 1 of 2
Tony Blair, Tony Blair, where have you been? 
You’ve not been coming to London to visit the Queen
But you had seemed so close, meeting weekly when you were PM
You with your cheesy fake smile, waiting around 

For her to put...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, betrayal, political, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Rhyme In Time
It is about that time of the year…
I have lost count of my age, oh dear.
Sometimes I wonder where the time has gone,
It is has been for so, very long.

I look back and think…
Boy, time has just flown by, in...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, birthday, humor, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
Who Can Love Me
                              Who Can Love Me

Living a past that lacked love and...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Joy To The World
There once was a couple
Names of Mary and Joe
5 Months off wedded bliss
And not one seed did Joe sow.

Then one day Mary sat Joe down
Said she had news to make him glad
A wonderful thing had happened
And he was to be...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, christmas, funny, me, miracle, satire, world,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Mary And Joe
There once was a couple
Names of Mary and Joe
5 Months off wedded bliss
And not one seed did Joe sow.

Then one day Mary sat Joe down
Said she had news to make him glad
A wonderful thing had happened
And he was to be...Read More
Categories: born yesterday, christmas, funny, me, miracle, mythology, satire, world,
Form: Verse