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Crawdad Poems

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Premium Member A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To the Mall
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE MALL

A funny thing happened on the way to the mall
It came in the form of a really odd call
My smart phone rang and answered itself
And began a conversation with a TV...Read More
Categories: crawdad, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme



Finding Me
I’m from toy cars and mismatched Barbie shoes.
I’m from bike races down the one road where no unpadded limb was safe.
I’m from a Sunday carpool and Tom Thumb slushies in Florala.
I’m from the twang of Conway Twitty,
the screams of Aerosmith...Read More
Categories: crawdad, appreciation, i am,
Form: Free verse
The winged warrior upon the willows course Part 1
We ran through shallow waters and we would chase the dead, Where little shadows ran backwards, hiding under rocks           but in the tunnel, there were deeper things.   ...Read More
Categories: crawdad, childhood, freedom, growing up, imagination, jesus, life,
Form: Free verse
TOO CROWDED, CRAWDAD
And so, the homeless have a stake
somehow, the Lord of angels states
to do it unto me ~ my sake
offensiveness I can remake!

A tone, a gesture of impede
a beating by a Mayor's heed
"out of my town", he intercedes
old Crawdad crowded this...Read More
Categories: crawdad, abuse, community, discrimination,
Form: Monorhyme
Crawdad Pie
A barefoot boy on an old dirt road
Kicking dust up as he went
His lips all puckered, whistling a tune
He was happy and content 

He carried a bucket by the bail
Had a cane pole on his back
And under his arm, all...Read More
Categories: crawdad, childhood,
Form: Quatrain



Crawfishing
Lived in Tyler when I was ten
And not too far from my home
Was a creek in an open field
I often played there alone

The creek was very low one day
There was a funny mud mound
It made me wonder, what built it?
It...Read More
Categories: crawdad, nature, me,
Form: Quatrain
~ (~) ~ ""Hold On!"" ~ (~) ~ (Part #3 of 4) ~ (~) ~
The generous character-carried-by them good-old-girls-and boys down-home country-copper-
roof-all filled-up-silos-wheat-turbines waiting ready outside the barn deer-skins pegged down 
low the greater-story askant-of curiosity carrying the pureness of a child as to why... . 
Smoked-up hickory-honey-bubbling bacon saged-up getta-gingerly-popping in the grease...Read More
Categories: crawdad, inspirationaltime,
Form: Prose Poetry
Look at Me
I am 
A curious seahorse
Of copper and evergreen
Skittering past
Gaping jaws
Of a killer whale

An angry crawdad
Clicking my 
Castanet claws
At sandaled toes 
Gliding by

A scrambled message
On a cellular phone
With whirs and clicks
Baffling the receiver
But concealing an SOS

To look into my 
Stained glass...Read More
Categories: crawdad, angst,
Form: Blank verse