Bruce Larkin

Bronze Star - 2,250 Points (January 23,1957)

Bruce Larkin Poems

1. Everything Rhymes Here 12/3/2014
2. The Panther's Tooth Is Missing 12/9/2014
3. Jackalopes Don'T Have Spots 12/10/2014
4. The Jackalopes Had A Party 1/6/2016
5. This Really Happened 1/6/2016
6. Erp A Burp 1/6/2016
7. The Land Of The Root Beer Falls 1/6/2016
8. What Little Girls Are Made Of 1/6/2016
9. What Little Boys Are Made Of 1/6/2016
10. What I'd Like To See 1/6/2016
11. A Warning About The Bebab 1/6/2016
12. Zanks Chase Quisterfiggles 1/6/2016
13. Hoopaloops And Sketzels 1/6/2016
14. I Met A Zelf 1/6/2016
15. What Is A Baby Jackalope Called? 3/28/2016
16. The Name For A Baby Jackalope Is Jackteeny 3/29/2016
17. Grandma's Bad Dog 12/2/2014
18. Frog Lost In Pea Soup 12/5/2014
19. Piano Headache 12/4/2014
20. What Moos, Rows, And Studies 11/25/2014
21. Wally The Warlock's Cauldron 10/30/2014
22. A Witch's Invitation 11/12/2014
23. A Bird Without Hair 11/12/2014
24. A Serious Babysitter 11/20/2014
25. What Do I See On Halloween? 10/14/2014
26. End Of Autumn 10/16/2014
27. The Worst Monster 11/25/2014
28. My Horse Talked Too Much 11/7/2014
29. Some Words Make Me Wonder 11/11/2014
30. A Witch's Offer 10/15/2014
31. I'M Wally The Wacky Warlock 10/22/2014
32. Advice The Jackolpe Man Received 10/22/2014
33. A Warlock's Promise 10/24/2014
34. Bruce Larkin Is The Jackalope Man 10/29/2014
35. Witch's Assistant's Lament 10/28/2014
36. Vampire Talk 10/31/2014
37. Grouchy Mr. White 9/27/2012
38. Charming Child 9/27/2012
39. Halfway To Candy 4/24/2013
40. Jersey Breakfast 12/27/2013
Best Poem of Bruce Larkin

Dealing With Problems

They say an upset ostrich
Will stick its head in the ground.
That's no way to fix a problem.
It's not how solutions are found.

When something's not going right
And you wonder if life is fair,
Sticking your head in the ground
Will just get dirt in your hair.

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My Zombie Week

There's not so much spring in my step
As there used to be before.
I'll sometimes answer the window
When people knock at the door.

Humans seem to avoid me now.
Cats and dogs run away.
An old lady screamed and fainted
When she saw me yesterday.

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