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Doggerel I
Doggerel I

A$$-Tronomical
by Michael R. Burch

Einstein, the frizzy-haired,
proved E equals MC squared.
Thus, all mass decreases
as activity ceases?
Not my mass, my a$$ declared!



Bible Libel
by Michael R. Burch

If God
is good,
half the Bible
is libel.

I came up with this epigram...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, dog, hilarious, humor, humorous, light, nonsense, nursery
Form: Limerick



Premium Member 10 poems about POETRY
                           Being a “Poet” Can Be Painful!


I’ve likely told...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, poetry,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Monochrome Echo Chamber


"The Monochrome Echo Chamber"




How many Roads
to "IT"
Black 
as Black & White? 
or Unicorns and Rainbows?

Unitarian 1 and only 1 
Trinitarian 3 exist in 1 
An answer 
arrives 
unheralded 

Reversed in Time
Something 
has lit the fuse
Something...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, color, dark, humanity, i am, light, science,
Form: Narrative
Far Away, Far Away
Far Away, Far Away

Children when you dream at night you may see an awesome sight!
Magic fairies in the dew near trilliums of snow white hue.
You must search within your dreams by the light of midnight...

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Categories: childhood, fairy, fantasy, imagery, nature, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Unicorn and The Sticky Asphalt Jungle




"The Unicorn and The Sticky Asphalt Jungle"



Bedtime stories
now walk through fog
The Unicorn skips 
on lines of sticky Asphalt

The father writes his play
The mother seen as absent
becomes deus ex machina
she will be the only one 

to...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, freedom, love, mother daughter,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Then Came the Lady In Blue
Then Comes the Lady in Blue


(“...But to the sound of his passing/he sings.  It is a kind of triumph/that he grieves— thinking of the white lilacs in bloom, profuse, fragrant, white in excess of...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, character, faith, god, poems, poetry, voice,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Bedtime Story
Once, a long ways away, and a long time ago
Lived a wee little man with his silly pet crow;
And once every day, as the sun went to bed
The wee little man and the crow he...

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Categories: bird, children, nonsense, nursery rhyme, tree,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member When Nursery Rhymes Attack - Volume 2
Bird Brains

Mr Fox wore padded socks to creep up on some chickens
The chickens had CCTV and weren't such easy pickings
He snuck up to the coop and took a peek in through the hatch
The cockerel slammed...

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Categories: nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
If I died today March 2nd, 2020
If I died today March 2nd, 2020...?

No matter unfulfilled dreams never came true,
nevertheless yours truly doth gladly bid adieu,
where repurposed afterlife (mine) atomic brew
reconfigured, reconstituted, and reconsolidated
out maws of madness, no matter any blues clue
(yea...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, 10th grade, 12th grade, age, angel, bullying,
Form: Epitaph
Premium Member Eggs-acting revenge part 2
Shh-aaah....shh-aah, Oh how never ending is the sea..' I thought  I  should come down here
Maybe it will help my insight into this terrible event??...Oh I don't know..' you just can't 
work things/people out...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, anti bullying,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Crack That Quacked
[In the spirit of ‘Old Macdonald’, I envisage a class
full of kids filling the space between stanzas with
moo’s, quacks and dings etc as appropriate. Of course
if you’re in charge of a room full of kids......

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Categories: animal, farm, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poets titles
In her twilight years, Pixie Dust, a soul so like my own.

Jeanne McGee heart hears the waves of poems that live beyond every gate.

After the party, Andrea Dietrich, when sky turned nonchalant, changed those dirty...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nursery rhyme, friend, fun, muse, write,
Form: List
Homelands
====================
Homelands
Arabic poem by: Adel Said*
Translated into English by: 
Inaam Al-Hashimi (Gold_N_Silk)
=====================

At the end of the line I stand
As should a professional homeless do
Exactly at the end of the line
Before the committee on homelands distribution 
Among...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, arabic, deep, depression, international, lost, metaphor, sad,
Form: Prose Poetry
Mine mortal flesh can finally escape
Mine mortal flesh can finally escape...

Though mentally, physically,
and spiritually healthy... meth
hood dolled logy 
hoop fully, ideally, joyfully...
unannounced twill be mine death
without forewarning thine

grand finale allocated breath
best surprise visit me
(without reason nor rhyme)
ye grim reaper, when...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, 11th grade, 12th grade, bereavement, blessing, creation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Fairy Tale to Tell



                                  ...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, animal, bird, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
The Day the Boys Set Out to Fly
Larry was the oldest,  seemed every day he grew 
Bubbling with mischief,   like a cackling witches brew 
At the time just  10  or so,  but that’s a long way...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, adventure, childhood, evil, fantasy, humorous, mythology, nursery
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Round Thing - full version
Once upon a time in the square shaped woods
There lived a square shaped thing
He liked to watch the square shaped birds
He liked to hear them sing
They’d frolic in in the square shaped trees
Where square shaped...

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Categories: fantasy, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The World's Playground
“The World’s Playground”

"Ring around the roses. Ring around the roses".

Jack the ripper, he slept with a whore, and became deadly ill 
Awhile his wife Jill became suicidal dependent on the Prozac pill 
Mother Goose lost...

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© G. Jay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: culture, dark, death, language, life, nursery rhyme,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Hopeless Helper
Once upon a time there was a hopeless man, and all that he wanted was for someone to truly understand
He wanted to help in the only way that he knew how, and so he started...

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Categories: fantasy, heartbreak, irony, love hurts, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member HAUGHTY DISPLAY DROVE HUMPTY DUMPTY TO HIS FALL
Humpty Dumpty starred in a nursery rhyme…
His fall accordingly was the talk at that time
Soon it was labeled as a mysterious crime
Needing solution thru wisdom’s prime!

Here am I submitting my document
Compliant to prudent investigative requirement.
The...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, character, cheer up, faith, inspirational, meaningful, nursery
Form: Rhyme
To Richard Lamoureux
Well Mr. Sir, I am glad you asked;
For I feel appointed anointed for this task.
I have been chosen by GOD, I am a witness;
And I must be about my Father's business.

He is the GOD you...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, creation, fairy, faith, god, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
All My Life
             "All My Life"

(Verse 1)
Closing my eyes
Dreaming (dreaming)
Everything is not always
What it seems (and)
Here i am 
All these years
Been doing more laughing
Instead of...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, art, poetry,
Form: ABC
Premium Member NURSERY RHYME LAND

Hickory Dickory Dock, the mouse,
Ran up the clock,
But the crooked little man
In his crooked little house,
Who caught this crooked mouse
After Humpty Dumpty's fall,
Could not prevent the coming
Down of baby, cradle and all!
Now old Mother Hubbard,
Checked...

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Categories: nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Be nearby me
Be nearby me, get close to me,
my dear goddess
I want your tender mind
and spicy body next to mine.
Hold me close in a warm hug,
kiss my tears and  sorrows
While our two bodies tangle.
You touch my...

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Categories: nursery rhyme, happiness, universe,
Form: Free verse
To The World
I am words unspoken 
A body asleep waiting to be awoken 
I am words that cannot be read 
Words unspoken and never could be said 
I am only a person trying to find my dreams...

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© Hamda Jama  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nursery rhyme, inspirational, life, girl, words, war, girl, love,
Form: Rhyme