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Irish Setter Poems

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Premium Member My name will be Beauty Thunder
When I come back I will be a warhorse 
Twenty one hands high
I will ignore my mistress, taking no direction.

I will run toward the valley
Where I will be free with no bridle or saddle
Thundering through, amazing other creatures.

My coat of...Read More
Categories: irish setter, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Lyric



Full Moon Night
Her blind date had arrived right on cue,
her jeans as tight as a cocoon,
stepped into the night,
"ripped" noise what a fright,
exposing her hefty full moon.

Thank God she had brought a sweater,
tied round waist she felt a little better,
till dog came...Read More
Categories: irish setter, clothes, dog, humor, moon,
Form: Limerick
Orangutan and Terrible
Orangutan and Terrible

Is an orangutan and Trump the Terrible;
Horrible hair and appearance are unbearable;
Some say it looks like an Irish Setter,
And could his behavior ever be better.

On Hillary we had placed entire bet
Now do have Trump with much regret
Not only...Read More
Categories: irish setter, allegory, analogy, anger,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Cheese and Whine
Premenstrual syndrome my fault,
can’t bring her crying to a halt!
No cheese in the fridge,
she whines unabridged,
then nicely says “please pass the salt”.

Told me I’m no good for daddy,
I told her I’m not his caddie,
golf course vindictive,
please one sedative,
so I hit...Read More
Categories: irish setter, humor, husband, wife,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Mugsy The Flying Pug
Tall Tales In Short Form Contest
Sponsor: Casarah Nance


A flying chubby dog indeed, is my Mugsy the pug,
with stubby little legs always acting so smug.
He grew wings about a week after he was born,
by the breeder, how come we weren’t warned?
Last...Read More
Categories: irish setter, children, dog, flying,
Form: Couplet



Will Take Aim Horn Haiku
Will Take Aim Horn Haiku

When we will take aim,
You always receive the blame;
Much more of the same.

Are one of the few,
Who I surely will love you,
And always so true.

Poems may be putrid,
But each one of them I did;
Wish someone had...Read More
Categories: irish setter, humorous,
Form: Haiku
My Tiny Sailboat

At the water’s edge I stood.

Oh my heart was invigorated to see the soft ripples in the water.

There was a warm breeze that also moved my hair.

I felt the Lord’s presence all around me.

I took my tiny balsa wood sailboat...Read More
Categories: irish setter, adventure, boat, faith,
Form: Free verse
She Has No Religion or Moral Code
A  B i t c h With Too Many Babies

By Elton Camp

To excess population she keeps adding
Yet with males she’s always gadding

Marriage is a concept to her unknown
It’s just a quickie and then she’s gone

To no moral code does...Read More
Categories: irish setter, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Attorneys and Online Games
Was at a hearing with my attorney
She was more childish than Bert and Ernie
     Played I-Pod video games
     My anger sure was in flames
Years had passed since I began this journey

But my...Read More
Categories: irish setter, angst
Form: Limerick
I Don't Think She's Ugly, She's Just Not Pretty
I don’t think she’s ugly, she’s just not pretty.
This girl is one of many I see in this city.
The women around here are so dull and plain.
It’s not hard to treat any of them with disdain.
I’m not prejudiced to those...Read More
Categories: irish setter, lovewomen, women, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
i wish
I Wish
I wish I could start over again
There’s a lot of things that could have been
I wish I hadn’t caused so much harm
Things that set off my inner alarm
I wish the things I know now I knew before
Life would be...Read More
Categories: irish setter, depression, loss, lost lovelove, me, i love
Form: Rhyme
SURVIVING IN THE CITY
                Surviving in the city


The dog stood on the corner, looking for the cat.
The cat was at the Warf side, behind a fishing vat.

The dog...Read More
Categories: irish setter, animals, funny, imagination, life, love, parody, cat,
Form: ABC