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Premium Member Roses are Red Collab-26
These Limericks were written by many different PS poets who are all remaining anonymous.  If you would like to add one of your own and remain anonymous send it to my soup mail. Enjoy!

Roses...

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Categories: diddly, anti bullying,
Form: Limerick



I am ill eke quipped to dusk hoover dawn ting task of badinage
This hug gust aspiring writer..., albeit youth
fool looking imp posse Hubble wordsmith,
(i.e. the babbling dad) coon sitters hyperbole
nsync as acceptable literary playfulness,
no matter figurative persiflage

bespeaks, expresses, invokes, jimmy's...
simultaneously stretching limits credulity
(think courtesy metaphorical crowbar)
teases out...

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Categories: diddly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, august,
Form: Rhyme
Dusk hoover ring dawn ting task of badinage
Dusk hoover ring dawn ting task of badinage...

This hug gust aspiring writer..., albeit youth
fool looking imp posse Hubble wordsmith,
(i.e. the babbling dad) coon sitters hyperbole
insync as acceptable literary playfulness,
no matter figurative persiflage

bespeaks, expresses, invokes, jimmy's...
simultaneously...

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Categories: diddly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Free verse
Avid Bookworms On The Loose
The American Library Association
      implores cognoscenti tubby alert
for impersonators, who
     call themselves Ernie and Bert

     took a page from Sesame Street Playbook
oft...

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Categories: diddly, adventure, august, books, courage, fate, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Avid Bookworms On The Loose
The American Library Association
      implores cognoscenti tubby alert
impersonators, who
     call themselves Ernie and Bert

     took a page from Sesame Street Playbook
oft times...

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Categories: diddly, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th grade, 7th
Form: Dramatic Monologue



Eriobotrya japonica
Yours truly never heard, seen, no lies
particularly when alone
facing my (pushing up daisies) demise,
without pretense nor guise,
he honestly decries
smelled, tasted, nor touched, any size,

and essentially knew nothing besides
ancient fruit grown in Japan
for past 1,000 years...

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Categories: diddly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lunchtime at the Nursing Home

Hungry for munchies, on his way to the lunchroom, 
a rambunctious, persnickety,“fuss-budget”, elderly
jittery, fidgety, geezer, named Cassidy…
whose questionable dexterity, aghast by a massive sneeze,
teeter-tottered precariously. 
at the edge of the thingamajig, ...jigging one way, jagging...

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Categories: diddly, funny, people, old, old,
Form: Narrative
Repast for June 13th 2020
Repast for June 13th, 2020...
(and countless provender
scores of years gone by)...
to partake larding refrigerator cupboards
think respectable food vendor.

Courtesy Montgomery County
(Pennsylvania) Assistance Office in general
and Electronic Benefit Transfer
(EBT) card in particular.

Yes, I (a mere tenderloin) reckonize
a...

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Categories: diddly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme
Childhood Christmas
Circa - approximately early
to late nineteen sixties,
     where yours truly
found himself surly,
particularly compounded
     if my parents, 

where Mister and 
Missus Santa Claus 
played by Boyce and 
Harriet...

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Categories: diddly, addiction, allusion, angel, christmas, giving, growing up,
Form: Bio
CLOSE CALL IN IRELAND
CLOSE    CALL   IN    IRELAND



I once had an affaire de coeur  with a foxylady, in fact a randy colleen
In Ireland with a tough older brother looking to...

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Categories: diddly, funny, me, old, me, old,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Faces of Loneliness
Just some scribbles of thoughts - the mentally ill, the elderly, children, homeless pets, and even we can be - sometimes even in a crowd...

He was always dancing, no matter the time,
a smile and a...

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Categories: diddly, loneliness,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Ten Bucks In His Left Shoe, Bold In His Steps
Ten Bucks In His Left Shoe, Bold In His Steps
          (Walking Traveler of Hope)

Walking, each life mile-straight as the crow flies
dancing when fair weather graced bright...

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Categories: diddly, art, blessing, creation, dedication, deep, endurance, inspiration,
Form: Sonnet
Memories of my Dad Pt 2
I remember you staring daggers at me as I ate your leftover Cheese and Onion Pie,
I remember you forgiving me though, because I’d given birth that day and in a hospital bed I did lie.
I...

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Categories: diddly, bereavement, dad, daughter, father daughter, grief, memory,
Form: Rhyme
The Adventures of Enea, Part 11 of 13
Anxious in Ancona (2)

The Doge has apportioned a fleet for his use,
but is proving an Indian giver.
A pope with a navy (and with a screw loose)
is no-one’s idea of chopped liver,
so Venice, delaying and playing...

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Categories: diddly,
Form: Rhyme
Chuck Berry Blues
It was back in St. Louis that
He learned the guitar,
And he told everyone he was 
Going to go far,
Back in ’56 his music came of age
He was dancing and driving
Right across the stage.

Go, go, go...

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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: diddly, song-lyric
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Blacken The Charcoal
Draw the embers into the wood
Stroke it like it's a three-legged stool
Blacken the charcoal of a dying fire
Fasten it to a sun swelling brighter
The object is to lick the smoking flame
Soberly thoughtful to call out...

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Categories: diddly, 12th grade, body, dance,
Form: Free verse
L
Great winning verse babe I do see here,
us mortals shiver shake with fear:)
here comes the iron maiden, near...
beware of all temtation, here:)
sweetly, anon,
johnson's gone.
so long,
          ...

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Categories: diddly, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
Brownie
                                Brownie

  ...

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Categories: diddly, adventure, me, old, me, old,
Form: Rhyme
Snoopy and Snowman
Snoopy and Snowman

Snoopy challenged his huge friend, Snowman
Who has no legs, feet and two icicle hands
He gave him snowball and said, “Throw it!
If you can’t, I’ll call you a Triple Naught in 6 Feet!”
 
Snowman...

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© Len Gasun  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: diddly, character, funny, humor, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Diddly Dee Didly Daw Your Not Welcome Here
I know you think that you will never perish  
while you bridge our bodies we go feverish  
I watch you dance like a dancing dervish  
cross skull bone of doom I wish...

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Categories: diddly, conflict, courage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fiddle Faddle
I need a nonsense poem today.
To sooth my heart, to laugh and play.
I need a silly poem for me.
To make me frolic, laugh and see.

Fiddle faddle, dum diddly dee.
Diddle daddle, this is the life for...

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Categories: diddly, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Light Verse
Diddly Squat
People often ask me
What it is I've got
That makes me so happy
When clearly others aren't

Then they tend to wonder
If I'm putting on a front
But when you want for nothing 
There's nothing that you want

Where everything...

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Categories: diddly, fun, inspirational, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Diddly Squat


Funny talk... "diddly squat"
Means basically nothing to me!
Where do these words come from?
Do they grow these things on trees?

What a joke... "a pig in a poke"
Fooled unsuspecting buyers!
Instead of a piggy inside the bag
Twas a...

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Categories: diddly, funny,
Form: Quatrain
Darkness
"Stay away from darkness,
get back in the light, 
dodge them nasty shielas, 
and do it diddly dum right."

Darkness
Yes mate i know the darkness,
the sadness deep within,
had a flirting shiela, heartless,
drove me crazy, deeper sin, 

she...

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Categories: diddly, adventure, me, me,
Form: Ballade
Oh What A Fool Am I
Oh what a fool am I
when I alway's thought you'd
be right by my side

Oh what a fool am I
to have looked into
those baby blue eyes

Oh what a fool am I
to think that there was or...

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Categories: diddly, death, forgiveness, girlfriend-boyfriend, imagination, life, lost love,
Form: Rhyme