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The great toliet paper hoarding of 2020
My friend Mary C took me to Edge Water Park,
in Mukilteo Washington.  I overheard a couple
of people say, "some people buy toliet paper 
every other day. And store 300 rolls of toliet
paper. " I interrupted them and said," storing
300...Read More
Categories: tailors, 10th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th
Form: Narrative



Patchwork Of Tailors
A stitching of parables,
a weaving of psalms

Whether ancient or modern,
the truth plaited long

The story we tell,
with one pattern beset

A patchwork of tailors
—whose needles profess

(Villanova Pennsylvania, December, 2019) 
...Read More
Categories: tailors, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Doctors particularly biomedical engineers
Doctors (particularly biomedical engineers)...
really trolley train hard to keep track of patients

Eye tell ya we (spuds)
pulled up stakes after four yar
and zero scores ago living in Bryn Mawr
salutary heart and lungs figurative
storied Main Line Health medical network
latter part of June...Read More
Categories: tailors, 11th grade, 12th grade, appreciation, drug, leadership,
Form: Free verse
Fashionable Clothes
Looking stylish isn't enough,
You must look better than anyone.
Worry not, the tailors and personal shoppers
will help you out.
Fresh clothes, sleek shoes, glittering bling, and
a sexy aroma.
Everyone is looking your way.
Catching everyone's eye until
Another steals the envious looks.
Stylist, hairdresser, makeup artist...Read More
Categories: tailors, beauty, clothes, dark, fashion, jealousy, sin,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Nude For Thought
Once upon a time, in the days of old,
Lived the emperor of a noble court,
Preparing that day to don cloth of gold,
Or that, at least, is what the poor fool thought.

This wonderful garment was to be brought
For His Majesty himself...Read More
Categories: tailors, clothes, fantasy, house, image, old, people,
Form: Quatrain



Ever the gracious recipient of largesse
Ever the gracious recipient of largesse!

Estrangement swiftly harries stylishly tailors
mine psyche courtesy family of origin, plus
eldest daughter, whose doth rage against this
human machine, albeit yours truly, beatle
browed, black crows, foo fighter (biological
daughter), a presumption aye surmise fille

to the scab barred...Read More
Categories: tailors, abuse, anger, childhood, conflict, dark, depression, father,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member S I N A
The zoo’s a peep show for kids —
excoriation from the
Society for Indecency to Naked Animals.

Bare chested is fine
but clothe their behinds.

The tailors stay busy
snipping and sewing
animal clothing.

A Buck Henry Hoax,
not too kind to Mr. Ed,
for the jowls of his butt
are...Read More
Categories: tailors, animal, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Ireti
i dip my pen into the ocean of helpless
fluids searching for hopeful cravings
and my blood has rippled in a thousand torrents of expectations...

but do you know that my lungs has torn,shattered and broken on pieced streets and pierced boulevards?

know that...Read More
Categories: tailors, 2nd grade,
Form: ABC
Stephanus Marcus 24
Stephanus Marcus Book 1
Canto 5
Verses 4 and 5

"King Richard, you do me now great respect.
Methinks that I'm not worthy my Lord, Sire.
Such lofty new position I suspect
should be for noble wearing fine attire.
All my rags need to be reduced with...Read More
Categories: tailors, england,
Form: Rhyme
Seize the present
Wanderer, at the crossing of these ways 
well met! We have no sure knowledge 
whence we have come or whither we shall go, 
only we are here. But let us meet 
in each other our own true selves, 
forgetting lineage,...Read More
Categories: tailors, i am, identity, truth,
Form: Free verse



Human bein
HUMAN BEINGS
Human beings are like the white horse,
They are as strong as Orji tree,
They moves like,
The elephant and the moon,
They shines like the,
Sun and the stars,
But the,
Things that marvels me most,
Is our brains and our,
Discovering,
 Tell the blacksmith that their,
Guns...Read More
Categories: tailors, beauty,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member attention please
Please excuse typos, grammar, format errors, choice of words, syntax, tic tacs, tie tacks, big macs, cracker jacks, boring facts, silly tricks, pick-up stix, plots, thoughts, good guys, bad guys, bad girls, good girls, whirly girls, gyros, heroes, heroines, gyrenes,...Read More
Categories: tailors, word play,
Form: Free verse
That of Pearls, That of Wisdom
Peace be still, strike thy pose
Epitome of eloquence, footsteps of the queen
Pearls of wisdom, solemn portrait
Position thy hat, attend to thy shirt, that of satin, that of lace
Family ties, adornment to each
All is well with thee, obedience calls – o’...Read More
Categories: tailors, children, history,
Form: Free verse
Ripped Apart
I move around campus
both hands twined on my back
I recall actions of notorious campus students
ripping apart useful pages
of book of the jungle with umbilical cord

Others, self-styled athletes
throw javelins as high as they can
tearing into rags
blankets that cover the blue thing
with...Read More
Categories: tailors, allegory, natural disasters,
Form: Free verse
Cruel

Eyes so painted
and lips so tainted
the theater of the skin
but the beauty lays within

Disguised beneath so many layers
poses for a snapshot moment
could be more attractive than you appear
but never be more immaculate than you

And to an abstract become inflated
every blemish...Read More
Categories: tailors, slavery,
Form: Free verse
the last refuge of a scoundrel
Appetites belie intelligence
Heat the quantum furnace
Furious bellows endure the excitement
Behold...!

Can you not hear the rumble brewing?

Butchers trained
To spin the looms
Tailors primed
To know a good cut when they see one

Everybody washes their hands
We have a guest!

Creator?
How are you this fine evening?

--

Denizens...Read More
Categories: tailors, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Management Gurus
Wise men
Somberly Pondering
Over Imponderables
What if.........
Why not .......

Cut, Cut .....

Master Tailors
Or Gardeners
Snipping at Schedules
And Budgets .....

Topiarists!...Read More
Categories: tailors, humor, imagery, satire, word play, work,
Form: I do not know?
graphic grapes ooh
Ooh a scented grape graphic. Now that's wisdom. Contained a logical pattern in a juice cup. Heron haven heaping. Wisdomstic of a Judas flaw. Consealed in Sanskrit. Heavenly heaping cream on a very large bun. Wonderful balloon ride over the...Read More
Categories: tailors, baby,
Form: I do not know?
Matchstick Bikes
Matchstick Bikes 

To tinkers and toilers 
     I salute, 
From mending boilers 
     to weaving jute, 
Man and boy 
     for generations, 
I will unemploy 
  ...Read More
Categories: tailors, society,
Form: Rhyme
random ten
Pickling peanuts is never that wise. Who would pour horseradish on a shoe of development. Christmas cards in April must be shit. Unadministered weaponary forces of shrews in igloos never swarm in a flock. So when the large birds that...Read More
Categories: tailors, beach,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member What's In My Name
What’s in my name? It’s Candler,
A name as old as English tax.
If you’re of English descent, yours may be too.
Let us take a short trip back.

The Magna Carta united Englishmen,
But created a need for government.
Now, that government required some funding,
So,...Read More
Categories: tailors, education, england, history, jobs, society, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
The twins, Part 1
In the dark of night a wind took hold,
With powers charged to shake the sky,
By moody swings of gods up high,
Their breath alone enraged and bold.

In the dark of night history spoke,
Of a world alive with fury’s voice,
When life was...Read More
Categories: tailors, brother, philosophy, symbolism, visionary, , cute,
Form: Prose
Occupations
Should the player play the fiddle
the carver of wood whittle
And the dancer piroutte
While the bakers bake and sweat

While the architect draws his lines
And the drummer drums in time
The farmers make things grow
While teachers teaches us so

Let preachers preach the word
And...Read More
Categories: tailors, work,
Form: Quatrain
Woe To The Garment Workers
Woe to the Garment Workers
Of Bangladesh
Developing country
Striving to catch up
Garment workers
Sewing from day to night
Factories we call "sweat shops"
What choice?
Must feed and clothe themselves
And their families
Tailors for the rich countries
Clothing sold
Everywhere
Meager wages and safety standards
Then disater
Roof caves in
Total collapse
More than...Read More
Categories: tailors, death, sad,
Form: Free verse
The same
We all wish to be rich
And be the best looking to walk the street
And we all hope that some where
Is the perfect person waiting for us to meet?

We all want to have very nice house
And live a life very happy
Some...Read More
Categories: tailors, introspection, life, people, visionary, work, life, work,
Form: Light Verse