Biography of Chuck Audette
Hi! I'm Chuck Audette
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Chuck Audette Poems
A Different Kind Of Graffiti Artist
'Truth is Love' such words were said as the poet painted the town
Adult ADHD has gotten me too much TV can't you see?
A Tall Tale
To the heavens they would rise my yarns, excuses, alibis. Such tall tales I could tell and all constructed very well
A Guy In Trouble At The Speedway
in a dress I suddenly find a sea of laughing faces
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A Fitting Pun
a fitting pun - I was misled the seamstress was only
An October Night (Halloween Poem)
the wind whispers a wary warning There was plenty, still early this morning
A Relationship, Of Sorts
Love flew in my window I thought 'whatever for? ! ' in the past it just brought woe so I showed it to the door
A False Truism
They say: 'you snooze, you lose' and it's said like a truth I should keep but the uncouth answer I choose
A Fleeting Thought
I watched the days and time fly by
a loud crash shocks me from sleep that damn cat knocked my stuff in a heap
The Cannibal Joke Song
A man gets captured by cannibals every day they poke him with spears they use his blood to wash down their food at the end of the week, he's in tears.
A Date With An Anti-War Protester
with Dracula I've a date tonight we'll be out late and get a bite.
In A Bind (An Ode To The Wedgie)
I've got a wedgie Riding up my crack I'd pull it out But first must look back.
She Sleeps: 1: 53 Am
in our comfy bed, rain drumming a musical massage
while the idea bulbs burn in this distant room
with clocks ticking, keyboard clicking
my parental tucking in around
rhymes and poems and puns
our dog huffily sighs and turns a baleful eye
sleepily squinting out the light
wondering when I'll call it a night