Poetry - Will You Please Be My Valentine? By Del 'Abe' Jones
Remember when a Valentine
Was just a name that you just drew
And you could give that Paper Heart
To someone you barely knew.
Or you maybe gave your Heart
Poetry - Valentine™ - Noel Coward's posthumous works By King Rat
I love your sensuous lips and your deep blue eyes
Transformers, robots in disguise
I love the passing night, your gentle hand in mine
Mask crusaders working overtime, fighting crime
Laughing persona, an aura that
Poetry - Supernatural Love By Andrea Longstaff
I spoke on the net with an angel
She's now disappeared without trace
Feathers are a constant reminder
That I'm simply a basket case.
My shrink, who is little in stature
Poetry - Perfection. By Lee Cassanell
Your patience for passion
Is long out of fashion
You're thirsty for women and song,
She's taking forever
But get it together
Poetry - Johnny Carson By Del "Abe" Jones, White Bluff, TN
Nearly five thousand times
He came out upon that stage
And in entertainment's history
He wrote a very unique page.
He also "made" many a star
Poetry - Roadside Angels By Steve Rudd
Once you've heard one story, you'll want to hear more
That's the beauty of American folklore,
Entranced by the people emerging from the South,
Telling stories in the morning, living mouth to hand to mouth.
Poetry - Feeling like the Hulk on a Wednesday By Joe Hakim
You've heard it before
but I'm saying it again:
you become that
which you despise.
Excuse me while I change,
Poetry - Take a Break and Savour a Tsunami ..By Jenny Ross
Weddings and grandchildren, biscuits and pets
(Divorce and brats, obesity and vets...)
Serial killers, transvestite husbands,
(Bearded van drivers, strange long-haired busmen)
Sights from beyond the grave,
Poetry - Birdsong and Dreaming By Craig Livings
I see you lying there confused, alone
In your own world away from me
I wonder what you're dreaming when you lay there oh so peaceful
I wonder if you're dreaming of me
Poetry - A Sea of Humanity By Del "Abe" Jones, White Bluff, TN
Mother Nature shows Us once again
That She is really in Control
How She can rearrange this Earth
Right down to It's very Soul.
The Human, just one stage of Life
Poetry - X Marks The Spot By Amy Rout
Bucket in one hand
Spade in the other
Don't go too far Were the words of my mother
Sand between my toes
Poetry - Occasionally. By Lee Cassanell
Sometimes I'm a Bastard
Sometimes I'm the Pope
Sometimes I don't bathe for days
Sometimes I drop the soap.
Sometimes my eyes are open
Poetry - An Old Man's Afternoon By Maurice Fairfield
In a would be poets' pub
Dusty, (that's the pub not me)
And some of the would be poets too
If truth were told, as truth must be
Poetry - In the End By Joe Hakim
In the end
you have to settle for the moments
You get in from work
Poetry - Xmas 2004 By Anonymous
It's August, but the adverts already bawl,
Come, consume this festive Yule!
Why be different? Follow that trend,
And get to the shops to spend, Spend, SPEND!
To get the kids something fantastic,
Don't stress with wonga, just flash ya plastic.
Poetry - The Morning after... By Lee Cassanell
Four in the morning your eyes start to flicker
Mouth is a mire of tobacco and liquor
What happened last night?
Who's to blame for the slaughter?
Lips stung and dry call for Aspirin and water.
Poetry - How to Lose Friends and Alienate People By Lee Cassanell
I love you like a daydream
Like an opened pack of Rolos,
I love you like the summer
Like a Jimi Hendrix solo,
I love you like the ocean loves and laps at every wave,