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Premium Member IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE - Part X
IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE : PART X

IF you pull a long face
For ten straight nights starting today
You bet you'd look like Canada Bernache
Though fat chance like swan in Norway

But if you pull a very very long face
Your rivals...Read More
Categories: right and proper, appreciation, celebrity, internet, judgement, literature, writing,
Form: Dramatic Monologue



The truth of a herd of pigs
A herd of pigs was locked in the walls,           
They can't go over to see the outside truth
And can't make a free walk       ...Read More
Categories: right and proper, drink, fate, flying, freedom, how i feel,
Form: Verse
Fathers
Fathers                                       ...Read More
Categories: right and proper, children, dad, family, father, fathers day, happiness,
Form: Couplet
In Capital Cases
In Capital Cases

I once was a Christian who had been in Congress
And points of the people would always miss
Being understanding should be essential
But all that I did ended up inconsequential.

Was supposed to follow being part of crowd
Always being thought that...Read More
Categories: right and proper, analogy, death, satire,
Form: Couplet
MUM EXPLAINS GRASSHOPPER FOREBEARS
MUM  EXPLAINS GRASSHOPPER  FOREBEARS

Your daddy? Well, he had no money ,
Was skinny and boney, but just gorgeous, Honey,
A real grasshopper’s grasshopper.
Spent his days, unafraid to come a cropper,
Hiding on a cornstalk in a field (you probably heard)
Listening out...Read More
Categories: right and proper, humor, insect,
Form: Couplet



FEAR, BE IT NATURAL
FEAR, BE IT NATURAL

Fear…is a negative value
It is naturally insatiable
We have to overcome
Though, as human being we tremble
Yes, hearing this word  “fear”
We end suppressing what is right and proper.

We must or may not tread
We may not bargain but we...Read More
Categories: right and proper, lifemay,
Form: Free verse
If We Had Never Met


If We Had Never Met
by Rick Rucker

If we had never met,
Just how lonely would I get?

If we had never met,
How happy could I ever get?

With your voice of Reason,
You have a gift of, my pain, easin'

Walking, when you hold my...Read More
Categories: right and proper, love
Form: Couplet