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Louse Poems

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Premium Member Allergy Pills Squirrelled Away
allergy pills all over the house
devoured by us for weather is louse
squirrelled away by a crazy small mouse
who is snoring away inside my red blouse

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Categories: louse, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th
Form: Rhyme

Marriage to alarmingly ballooning
Marriage to alarmingly ballooning...
dramatically expanding spouse

Eats her weigh out of home and house
unsolicited feedback courtesy
yours truly, she does grouse
quite doubtful, she could pose
for playboy and/or penthouse
returning explicit volley
of trailing appellations lobbed

expletive laced epithets
directed at her husband the louse
in lame retaliation...Read More
Categories: louse, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In Praise of Reindeer Poop
All I want for Christmas is a chainsaw
And Stanley Black and Decker is the brand for me.
As my yard is skewed with many leaves and pine cones
All stealthy delivered by my neighbor's tree.

Now Santa... I've gone and asked my neighbor
To...Read More
Categories: louse, christmas, funny, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
The Night Before
T 'was the night before Christmas and all through the house
You can hear the wife calling me a louse
The stocking are hung on the mantle with care
In hopes that presents might soon be there
Mama in her night clothes nestled in...Read More
Categories: louse, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Animal antics and semantics
A pup is a dog and a dog is a pup
   And a puppy dog is a doggy pup
A chick's a little hen and a hen's a big chick
   Put 'em together and you get a...Read More
Categories: louse, animal, silly, word play,
Form: Light Verse

Premium Member A Day in The Life Of Shirlene
A Day in The Life Of Shirlene
Written: by Tom Wright
January 2015

Stroking her hair was the morning sun,
Early rising, just to grub her chickens;
Time is scant for getting all things done,
So, throughout the day her step quickens.

It's do the laundry, then...Read More
Categories: louse, friend, mom, work,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Liars

What happened to honesty?
There’s none left to see.

Politicians aren’t honest
They lie to gain our trust.

If you can’t be faithful to your spouse
Then for us you’ll be a louse.

Quit having meetings behind closed doors
Starting small and large wars.

You want me to...Read More
Categories: louse, anger, betrayal, nonsense, political, sin, trust,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Haunted House
A Monotetra

I moved into a haunted house,
the ghost there was, an obnoxious louse.
he’d sneak up on me like a mouse,
my hair he’d touse, my hair he’d touse.

My best underwear, he hides,
he’s a pervert, I surmise,
gives me a daily surprise,
patience he...Read More
Categories: louse, fun, halloween, house, places, poems, poetry,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member the cat who stole Xmas
Where’s the tinsel that made the tree look cold
have not seen the popcorn that was hung so old
those huge colorful bulbs always got into a snag
 I did the tree back then and I just had to brag.

It was an...Read More
Categories: louse, cat, christmas, funny,
Form: Free verse
If a mouse,
brought a house.
and the Cathome Realtor called him a louse.
So the mouse went to humane resources to Mrs. Kitty Kraus
Mr. Kat Kraus was her spouse
He too came over gave of himself a douse
told the Realtor to get lost
So...Read More
Categories: louse, adventure, analogy, engagement, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member HAUNTED HOUSE

              In haunted log house lived Micky macro mouse
         ...Read More
Categories: louse, scary,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Oddest Teacher Mr Beecher
The craziest creature 
Straight out of a feature
Was named Mr. Beecher.

Foaming came from his mouth.
And his dribbling went south.
Also he lisped like a gigantic louse.

He became our art teacher.
This creature named Beecher.
Bulbous nose his best feature.

On our papers he would...Read More
Categories: louse, 10th grade, 11th grade, 6th grade, 7th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Crap Trap
When a know-it-all paints the wall
With your silhouette in excrement...

Do not engage the louse,
For a fly does not enter a closed mouth.


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Categories: louse, insect, people,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member scare of no man ain't no louse cuz SHE'S A BRICK HOUSE-
Strong as stone, monotone, tremendous woman;
Muscles of steel, well veneered bulk stature, ( You go girl)
Keeper of a strong will in a race runs faster
She’s a lot, don’t need a man;
Big as an amazon, she ain’t no louse;
She’s full grown,...Read More
Categories: louse, analogy, appreciation, character, confidence, inspirational, strength, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Itsy-bitsy mouse
There once was an itsy-bitsy mouse
Who lived in a teeny-weeny house...

She had a teeny-weeny spouse
Who was an itsy-bitsy louse...Read More
Categories: louse, giggle, silly, word play,
Form: Tyburn
Premium Member Emperor Dragonfly's Best Ball Ever
Emperor dragonfly had a ball
Stag beetle came big and tall
Water springtail brought housefly date
Common cockroach came without a mate

Eyed hawkmoth arrived in style
Caught ladybug’s winsome smile
Praying mantis brought sense of doom 
Other mantises quickly left the room

Green lacewing came with...Read More
Categories: louse, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Louse of a Mouse
The Cat in the Hat came back a while ago
  But the costume he wore to vroom the pink snow
Made him look like an extra in a cheap minstrel show
  So that cat was pure toast; he just...Read More
Categories: louse, animal, political, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Always Is
penchants for doing things the right way
unhinge the knighted sky shot full with holes
twinkle twinkle little star, you burn so very 
bright, where have you all gone? home you say, 
dancing the edges of madness’ thin veils 
containment slotted through...Read More
Categories: louse, inspiration,
Form: Blank verse
Johnny grew up on the hard side of town,
Every day he got up somehow life beat him down.
The people, in his eye, were not very kind,
He’d rather move on and leave them behind.
His mom and dad had no money for...Read More
Categories: louse, child, city, dad, mom, poverty, work,
Form: Couplet
Psychopath Boyfriend
I learned that my daughter's old boyfriend was a drug dealer.
He was a scumbag who turned out to be a cold blooded killer.
When I learned how bad that he is, I made my daughter break up with him.
That made the...Read More
Categories: louse, boyfriend, daughter, death, fire, murder,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member mouse's last Christmas
Strings of tinsel lay all over the floor
with Christmas lights that don’t work anymore
Strands of garland shredding its petals
Boxed up branches with rusty metals

Indoor, outdoor lights all in a big ball
Didn’t anyone untangle them this fall?
Lots of stale popcorn which...Read More
Categories: louse, christmas, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Banker
Evil lurks within our midst
      of a Creature dark and creepy.
A cursed hound who wails at night
      making children cold and weepy.
The Beast exists and its blood runs cold
 ...Read More
Categories: louse, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Babysitting First Graders
This is a first grader’s day
I build a house! I build a house!
Another first grader chimes in.
It has a mouse! And maybe a louse!
Third first grader yells “Hey, that rhymes!”
“Chimes! Limes! Times! Crimes!”
By the time the teacher arrives back
from her...Read More
Categories: louse, school, teacher, teachers day,
Form: Light Verse
Alexander the beetle
Alfred the beetle like to eat
Finding a nice crumb made his morning complete 
So he would scurry and tarry about
Looking for food and was happy to sing and shout
For the big ones had left a birthday cake
Nicely cut up on...Read More
Categories: louse, child, insect,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member She Broke Free of her Chain
Once upon a time there was a sweet one-eyed gal.
She lived her life, alone, let’s call her Little Mal.
Her mother and father kept her in the dark.
They hid her away, and made her feel stark.

One-eyed Mal, in a one-cat-owned house.
Lonely...Read More
Categories: louse, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Ballad