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Supervises Poems

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INC Radio Station Manager
Brother Arnel Solano
Supervises the station; 
The observers shout bravo, 
For his great dedication.

The programs are well handled, 
As they all promote values; 
The sublime shows are channeled
Into aim so marvelous.

Faith, hope, and love are employed, 
To edify the brethren; 
The...Read More
Categories: supervises, birthday,
Form: Quatrain

In my special child’s room, delightfully cozy
There watches Smidgeburner, his ape stuffed toy, cuddly fuzzy
Alongside prettisome guru, chimpanzee Betzy
Donning a hat declaring “God does not bless the lazy!”

Then Smidgeburner, a.k.a Smidge becomes busy
Tidying the bed-zoo against being messy
Guru Betzy supervises,...Read More
Categories: supervises, 1st grade, cheer up, child, encouraging, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Missing Exercises and More
Must Give Warning About Missing Exercises

Wife had a knee replacement and must do
exercises every Monday and Friday. At end 
of May will have other one replaced.

She woke up with sun all adorning;
To not exercise must give warning,
And was scared,
If not...Read More
Categories: supervises, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Janitor, Gardienne, Portero, Sereno, Hausgast -XXXII Part Two
Unquotable quotes: The Janitor, Gardienne, Landlady, Housekeeper, Portero, Sereno and the Hausgast –XXXii Part Two

The duties of the Housekeeper in the U.K. par rapport au Portero in Spain or the Gardienne in France is that the former is a sort...Read More
Categories: supervises, dedication, destiny, devotion, good night, loneliness, prison,
Form: Sonnet
Mama bird builds nest
Papa bird supervises
Twigs and grass nestle
In a lofty cradle hid
Eggs hatch with demanding beaks...Read More
Categories: supervises, bird,
Form: Tanka

He Might Begin the Nonsense
He doesn’t listen at things twice
He perhaps hears them all at once
We wonder and ho! there he is!
Tiptoeing, kicks; ho! he’s jumpy 
Carries the wife in his mouth all the time
And spits words full of noise, hear them clapping
He’s sharp...Read More
Categories: supervises, abuse, africa, age, emotions, husband,
Form: Free verse