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Short Optician Poems

Short Optician Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Optician by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Optician by length and keyword.


Premium Member MY CHOICE bantu
A sea mist rolls inshore this morning
The optician proposes a cataract op

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Categories: optician, poetry, word play,
Form: Didactic



Premium Member peaceful solution
A practising young obstetrician
Began to review his position.
Childbirth it would seem,
Drove ladies to scream
Ergo, he became an optician!



09/01/19

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Categories: optician, career, humor,
Form: Limerick
colourless
Colourless 

Woke up
It was morning
And I was 
Colour blind 
The optician 
Had no glasses
For this
Illness
I bought 
A kaleidoscope
The world I see
Is crazier than I thought 
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Categories: optician, beauty, blessing, blue,
Form: Chastushka
Premium Member Spectacle
There was an optician somewhat blind
Whose patients found him easy to malign.
So he gave rose-colored glasses
A move that calmed the masses.
Now his practice has become sublime.




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Categories: optician, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member BANTU the form
A sea mist rolls inshore this morning
The optician proposes a cataract op

BANTU an imagist couplet Each line a compete idea,the 2nd however constrasts with a complementary description or explanation or metaphor thereof...

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Categories: optician, poetry, word play,
Form: Didactic



DOCTOR MY EYES
I’ve had my eyes tested
And I am 20/20
I am not short sighted
Nor long sighted
My eyes are healthy
There is no glaucoma
No floaters
Nor cataracts
My sight is perfect
So why is it
When I look at you
I see an angel
When you are anything but
I asked the optician
Why, with such perfect vision,
Can I not see betrayal?
He told me
That I have perfect vision
Its just rose tinted
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Categories: optician, love
Form: I do not know?