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The Ophthalmic Optican and I may not sent you a Christmas Card
Hello, poets everywhere, wherever you might be. As you might  know I take ideas from the news and occasionally what happens in life to I, me  not you, myself. Recently I decided as...

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Categories: optician, celebration, christmas, daughter, poems, senses, smile,
Form: Light Verse

I once dated a weatherman
At first he had a sunny outlook…
He had our future all mapped out
But he suffered periods of deep depression so our relationship got rained off

I once dated an optician
He said he...

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Categories: optician, humorous, jobs, relationship,
Form: Free verse
3rd and final episode of trilogy

My Grandfather was incredibly anglicised
Studied in London and qualified as an optician
My mother learnt English at school,
She was my Grandfather’s jewel!
He arranged a huge party...

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Categories: optician, love,
Form: Free verse
When Will Mother Get Better
We've waited this long to see 
the dead trees spring up again but
No one is moving the mountain;
All we see are accusation fingers
Going up and down, left and right.
When will mother get better again?
When will...

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Categories: optician, abuse, africa, art,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Unquotable quotes - XIII
Unquotable quotes – XIII

Follow love for it’s free, free love and it’ll flee.
Do unto others as you would have them undress you.
Easy come, eenie meenie mini go.
Practice makes sex a maniac.
God helps those who help...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: optician, education, humor, inspirational, parody, people, word play,
Form: Epigram

I visited the optician, for my failed eye
That sailed all over, no see but look
Down the banana plantatian, directed to vie
For every interested favor, for any could hook

I thought me had seen, a scene so...

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Categories: optician, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Battle Rap
Battle Rap

...poet in da house...

Now have a listen, for I’ll be a kissing…I’m on a mission
And you’ll be a pissing your hemolysin…a smelly emission
My words glisten worth the admission…full of ammunition
You’re under submission a life...

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Categories: optician, fun, rap,
Form: Rhyme

I looked into a mirror
and then I smiled to see
A pleasant smiling image
reflecting back at me.

When I'd taken a closer look
my skin seemed young and clear,
not a blemish was in sight,
starting my day...

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Categories: optician, age,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Limerick multiplication: Once an optimistic Optician
Limerick multiplication : Once an optimistic Optician

   for Elodie 

Once an optimistic Optician
Looked deep into her Client’s vision
Saw worlds unknown to her
And lost her way back here
Client left her in utter confusion

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: optician, fun, , cute,
Form: Limerick
i chose to scribe
I’m sorry but I chose to scribe
I’m running out of words
I really wish I figure out how to set this
To you
I was never the child you wanted
I can’t face you into the eye because of...

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Categories: optician, africa, desire, dream, emotions,
Form: I do not know?
Freaking Out
Ms. Dolly has something with things
that a naked eye can’t see.
Once she went for dinner;
a charming date,
and a plate of fine cuisine.
A plate of tilapia fish was right in front of her.
She could see an...

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Categories: optician, fear, funny, humor, humorous, imagery, life, urban,
Form: Narrative
Spectacular Vision
My first spectacles perched on my nose,
with frame and glasses, my first photo pose.
Optician cried," Wow!, Can you see clear now?"
"Oh Yes, my beautiful binocular,
I could see my world, all spectacular.
But my future still looked...

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Categories: optician, age, death, emotions, fear, feelings, loneliness, old,
Form: Rhyme
The Hedgehog benevolent society
We started up this charity when
We heard of the hedgehogs plight
There’s twenty thousand creatures
That get flattened every night
They run across the tarmac
As they head off to the wood
They never see the cars because
Their eyesight’s none...

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© john fenn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: optician, animals, children, funny
Form: I do not know?
Descent from the Clouds
Prepare for landing 
boeing 747
Its path meandering
descending from heaven

Up here in high definition
the sky as black as molasses
Crisp and clear as when your optician
gave you a first pair of glasses

Dropping through the clouds
with a bump...

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Categories: optician, holiday
Form: Rhyme