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A grook is a form of short aphoristic poem characterized by irony, paradox, brevity, precise use of language, and often satiric nature, but there is more to a grook. What is grook in poetry (complete definition)?

The answer is simple
If we want technology that is simple to use, The answer is simple, Not complicated, If we appoint people who are simple, Not complicated, To consult people whose needs are simple, Not complicated. If we want technology that is simple to use, The...Read More
Categories: age, analogy, appreciation, art,
Form: Grook



Premium Member SUBSTANCE FIRED TRIGGERED OUT TAIL MAN BUTTOCK MOVES- A Grook
SUBSTANCE FIRED TRIGGERED OUT TAIL MAN BUTTOCK MOVES- A Grook I lit the substance it fired not I pulled the trigger something shot out I shake my buttock, yet don’t have a tail Like a dog we both...Read More
Categories: analogy, character, engagement, humanity,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Crux of the Heart
Fact, real, and yes, al/l - so true, can it turn, be like, misconstrue, maybe like this, one, three, two, be some topic of points of view, a dream or goal still comes true, affair's subjective of who's who....Read More
Categories: allusion, analogy, appreciation, fate,
Form: Grook
Batteries a modern day curse or the answer to all our problems
Batteries for this, Batteries for that, Batteries that are for him, Batteries that are for her. Batteries that are charged, Batteries that can be re-charged Batteries that can no longer be charged. Batteries that are flat, Batteries that are thin, Batteries that are...Read More
Categories: abuse, addiction, age, appreciation,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Tempest in a Teapot
The tempest in a teapot, sits there as it may, though it bothers none, that is bothersome, though bother surely begot. The tempest in a teapot, sits there and bestilled, control the free will, is absolute nil, but left alone it was naught. A cluster...Read More
Categories: allusion, analogy, appreciation, parody,
Form: Grook



Premium Member LONG Grook
cleanliness may be next to godliness ~ not meant the big guy himself | | | | | *waning faith requires thorough cleaning, ... either that or evict hypocrites...Read More
Categories: faith,
Form: Grook
Premium Member SHORT Grook
Simple Dimple Cripple People Be it a time to be Be it a time for me Be it a time for we Be it a time for 3 Include Is good Intrude Is rude Prophylactic Is Fantastic Microlaxic Brain Kinetic...Read More
Categories: appreciation,
Form: Grook
Being Right
The older I get the more I am sure I am right, In saying that being right, Should never be seen as a rite, That leads you to believe you have the right, To be the only one in...Read More
Categories: age, analogy, autumn, character,
Form: Grook
Three lessons this 70 year old failed to learn early
Lesson one: Do what you can wile you can. Lesson Two: Wherever possible avoid being the one who states the obvious. Lesson Three: Do not give too much away for free. Lesson Four: Avoid getting caught throwing out leftover food at...Read More
Categories: age, autumn, baptism, character,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Four Grooks for Contemplation
Grook Modern judicial punishments have become so humane it’s forcing the cruel, sadistic and vengeful to complain! Grook Is modern judicial punishment undergoing chronic diminishment? Yes, protest the vengeful, sadistic, and cruel. Why? Because it’s no longer seen as criminal. Grook Even in tight...Read More
Categories: humor,
Form: Grook
It can no longer be done by one
For years current events and I were one, Now even if I run, I can no longer keep up with who won race one. It is time to face the fact that it can no longer be done...Read More
Categories: analogy, baptism, change, education,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Tablets
The modern mind when it hears “tablets” thinks of pills by force of habit. Not exactly what Moses was inspired by the God of Israel to transcribe on stony tablets, a set of rules and laws to improve human morals...Read More
Categories: analogy,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Ouch!
These days a bride’s white wedding gown is for show only; and why not, the groom’s already been shown and done everything else he ought not....Read More
Categories: dark, humor,
Form: Grook
Premium Member At Life's End
Don’t pretend to be surprised that humans die. What else is there left to do at life’s end?...Read More
Categories: humor,
Form: Grook
Premium Member A Solution for Better News
Because of goings-on during the night the morning news is rarely bright. I think the problem might be solved if the planet never revolved but kept its face in full sunlight untouched by the evils of night. That way, morning news...Read More
Categories: dark, humor,
Form: Grook

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