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Bringing Home The Bacon Poems

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The love between a man and a woman
A woman can love a man so much that it can drive her crazy.
Can't eat can't sleep, it can be so deep like cutting yourself shaving.
A man can love a woman so much that he really starts changing.
But playing with...Read More
Categories: bringing home the bacon, deep,
Form: Classicism



Premium Member Creature Features
THE MEERKAT
Meerkats are delightful beasts,
Arousing warm affection
They stand in groups discrete
Looking in the same direction

COW
How now brown cow
A bestowal to the world art thou
Miracle of God's construction
Four stomachs in mass production

THE PIG
Our blessings upon you abound
In our hearts you did...Read More
Categories: bringing home the bacon, animal, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Flames Of Gold
Flames of Gold

Just like the famed Kidd Capre I'm out here building up my sweet legacy
Have you ever been down to the lowest pit & you realized no one gives a shit
life can be so strange when your out here...Read More
Categories: bringing home the bacon, art, autumn, rap,
Form: Free verse
Lost Words
Lost Words

It was only later
After seeing him hooked up to a ventilator

That I realized what he had said 
And a reflection came that I would later retread

For deep down inside I always knew
That my dad was there for me as...Read More
Categories: bringing home the bacon, appreciation, care, hero, pride,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BRINGING HOME THE BACON
A piglet broke free from her pen
She’s pursued by three angry men
Caught by her curly tail
Oh how piggy did wail
Guess he saved the bacon again!

22nd May 2016
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Categories: bringing home the bacon, animal, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member To Love More And More
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Death silently crept
In the night he came
One had to gently 
Close the eyelids down

Would you be distraught
Would your heart weep
If this were your plight
To close eyes in sleep

Eternal sleep now
Would your heart break within
Would you remember
The love that we shared

Or...Read More
Categories: bringing home the bacon, death, husband, introspection, life, love, sadheart, heart,
Form: I do not know?