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Premium Member the chipmunk


the chipmunk
dressing
in mink fur



posted by July 16, 2018

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Categories: mink, animal, fun,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Flora
Flora bought a new fur coat
It was made from stoat
She craved for a mink
And was wise enough to think
That possibility remote...

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Categories: mink, 10th grade,
Form: Limerick
Blink and Wink -1- Prioritising
Blink and Wink, were both wearing mink
On a lofty boat that was about to sink
Oh no they said
We’re going to be dead
We better hurry up and finish our drink 


Michael
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Categories: mink, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Trump Flop and Flail
Trump Flop and Flail

Watched Trump flop and flail,
Like seal with hands and tail;
Had to post his bale.

Dirt caused him to sink;
After he raised so much stink;
Trump stole missing mink.

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mink, humorous,
Form: Haiku
The Wild Kingdom
Antelope
Brown Bear
Cat
Dolphin
Elephant
Flamingo
Goose
Hippopotamus
Iguana
Jellyfish
King Snake
Leopard
Mink
Newt
Opossum
Puma
Quail
Rat
Snail
Tiger
Uakari
Viper
Whale
X-ray Fish
Yak
Zebra...

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Categories: mink, animals
Form: ABC



Premium Member Mildly Amusing Limerick 5
A first internet date with a stranger, 
Proved to be a flirtation with danger, 
Said the girl to her shrink, 
As her hand stroked her mink, 
‘I guess I wasn't born in a manger!' 

Brian Johnston
August 24, 2014...

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Categories: mink, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Catwalk
A white cat rummaging junkyard
Paws out a fish skeleton
Looks at the hollow eyes
Meows twice and
Walks away waving its tail
In the way you did
On a ramp
Dragging a mink
After staring at me
With murderous eyes
A long time ago...

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Categories: mink, allusion, angel, anger, angst, animal, art, atheist,
Form: I do not know?
The Cat
The Cat

??Licking, Licking?
Grooming himself
?Licking licking
?Scratching himself
?Licking licking?
Pampering himself
?Licking, Licking
?Biting Himself?
Yeah, How Gorgeous!?
All curled Up?
On the purple velvety mink blanket...

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Categories: mink, animal, cat, nursery rhyme, poetry, writing,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member COLD CATS
a cold wind mocks a feeble sun
leaves shrink from its touch
squirrels shiver in mink tails
birds fluff down feathered coats
a lone hawk skis the clouds
a school bus inhales shivering children
a dog paws the frozen ground
the cat smiles from its litter box


John G. Lawless
©11/13/2019
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Categories: mink, cat, dog, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Balderdash and Buttonholes
Balderdash and buttonholes
Are they wearing real mink stoles?
Reminds me of the days of trolls.
As I say this my eye rolls.
My silly side lives in the drolls.
Are those horses with their foals?
Where are the sanitary bowls?
Balderdash and buttonholes
This poem has grown a nose that rolls.

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Categories: mink, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Think 2019


                                             Think

                                 Think and Link and Mink

                                Think for your life always

                                 Think and Link and Mink

          
        Written By Poet

        Anthony Taylor...

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Categories: mink, america, beautiful, computer,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Just Buy One More I Think
Just buy one more I think.
Waking up on the brink.
I cannot sleep a wink.
I feel like a twink.

Just one more in hot pink.
I run to get a drink.
It is the missing link.
Order is on the brink.

Cold water from the sink.
A blanket made of mink
A fake fur made with slink.
Just buy one more I think.
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Categories: mink, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 6th grade, 7th
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member That Holiday Feeling
 ~ Melody:  On Top of Old Smokey ~

       In downtown Manhattan
          Women wearing mink fur
       Are happy to wish you
          Happy Holiday, sir

       They'll say Merry Christmas
          From all of us
       But not Happy Chanukah
          They'd rather not fuss                     i...

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Categories: mink, christmas, hello, holiday, jewish,
Form: Light Verse
hazy memory from age 3
hazy memory from age 3:

a lady in mink
dripping in gold

with plasticity
of the soul

hands a haunted
street person

a folded bill.
maple branches sway

as a teenage girl
with a short skirt

and compliant hips
smiles at me.

distant windless hills.
sadness is drowned

by the earth.
perfection....

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© Rick Davis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mink, family, parents,
Form: Free verse
The kitchen sink
(Only the first line of this poem is true.)

I've written poems about everything but the kitchen sink.
I write so much that it hurts when I think.
I'd write some more but my pen is out of ink.
I'm the only man in my town who wears a mink.
Don't mess with me, I don't take sass.
If you tell anybody about my mink, I'll kick your ___....

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Categories: mink, angst, funny, on writing and words, write,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Joe Willie Namath
"Joe Willie Namath" Joe Willie Namath Super Bowl famous shaved his football legs to sell pantyhose wore white mink coat on sidelines for camera pose. Broadway Joe Willie drinking booze made him silly on ESPN ..Suzie refused to be kissed captured on sports video fans booed and hissed. *For P.D.'S Clerihew Contest.
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Categories: mink, fear, funny,
Form: Bio
Pink
The man was in pink
Bent over the sink
Pink pants quite tight
Oh my what a sight!

His face a flush
Quite bright the blush
So loud the cough
Huff puff and scoff!

The people did wink
On the floor his mink
His Versace from Karachi
And hat like mariachi

Six more appeared
All similarly geared
Alas what a group
So very gay, this troupe!






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Categories: mink, clothes, image,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I live in the woods
I live in the woods.
A forest.
Much of it is untouched.
Humans have not been in it for hundreds of years.
Habitat for the wild ones.
We have seen groundhog, beaver, raccoons, opossums, fox, mink,
turtle, squirrel, bunny, deer, fox, and now wolves. 
I purposefully left out the two one hundred and ten pound pregnant
pot belly pigs  because that is another story.
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Categories: mink, animal, nature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The Best Gift Ever
The best gift I received was a cover 
In 1975 from my mother
You are thinking ‘that’s a terrible presents’ 
But back then we were cold, hungry peasants. 
It was fluffy polyester with rayon
Or was it pink polyester and nylon?
It was labeled a ‘velvety soft mink’
Never washed it became the ‘pink stink’
I would turn myself into a taco
And feel like I’d won life’s big lotto. 
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Categories: mink, family, funny, holiday, mother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Santa's Big Night
Santa's Big Night

"Whoa!” Santa screams
And the reindeer freeze
Skidding to a stop
On the old roof top.

In his coat of red
He jumps from the sled
Then with a wink
And quick as a mink
Down the chimney he goes
With his sack full of toys.

Then in a sneeze
He’s up in a breeze
Flying out of sight
Waving to all; 
“Merry Christmas 
And a good night.”
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Categories: mink, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member wet spot
You're gone
I like to think your soul wears an aurora
like a starlett dons full length mink
sashaying across the galaxy 
just like when you were living
so dazzling-right in front of me
flashing that pink pearl between two fangs
knowing that kissing it would surely mean my death.

I'm still waiting for a sign from the other side,
that wet spot in my dream...could that be you?




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Categories: mink, for her,
Form: Free verse
sharla
My heart is full of love, so please be gentle with me like you would a dove, I am precious like a diamond with a sparkle in my eye, treat me like gold and behold I will love you through life until we are old, my love I will give to some one who is pure, who will treat me like mink with the softest of fur, love me of
that for who I am, for you will be treated like god who soars through the wind....

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Categories: mink, loveme, love, me,
Form: Rhyme
Lightly Loony
Ok, I'll write a little ditty
sounding nice and pretty
and make the reader think
its all about a mink
when its really about a kitty!

Yes, I'll pen a little song
to hum all day long
making you crazy
whistling dedumdaisy.
Well, thats just totally wrong!

Anyway ... I'm feeling bored
so a little limerick I've scored
to cheer up my mind
and empty it of those kind
of words so sad as they're poured....

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© Sue Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: mink, funny, on writing and words, uplifting,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fat Acrobats

A fat acrobat from Detroit
lost his grip for he wasn't adroit
he fell with a plop
his partner on top
which really was quite an exploit!

Yes, Tubby made quite a fine matress
Ringling Brothers asked for his address
he made his career
plopped on his derriere
It seems he had started a fad.. YES! 

Soon crowds lined the seats of the rink
wondering if Tubby would stink
he finished the task
in spite of some gas 
Now Tubby is dressing in mink.


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Categories: mink, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Something Old, Something New
Something old, something new, usually heard at weddings. But not this time. Replace something old with something new. Perhaps that old winter coat with a new mink. Or those old shoes, with new boots. And maybe that sad dress with a bright color suit. Replace those old manners. I think not. For they are what got you where you got. But try something new for something old. It's worth doing that while you grow old.
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Categories: mink, beautiful, character, class, courage, feelings, freedom, heart,
Form: Free verse