David Harris

Freshman - 1,100 Points (18 June 1945 / Bradfield, England)

Poems of David Harris

1. A Australian Rose 6/7/2008
2. A Baby With His Whiskers On (Fun Poem 115) 3/25/2011
3. A Band Of Roaming Gypsies 6/8/2008
4. A Beauty 3/26/2008
5. A Better Life 7/2/2008
6. A Big Kid At Heart 3/1/2008
7. A Big Softie 3/26/2008
8. A Bit Of A Hack 10/28/2013
9. A Bit Of A Laugh 7/13/2008
10. A Bit Of Both 3/26/2008
11. A Bit Of Paper 2/7/2008
12. A Bit of Past Lost (Tribute to Phil Everly) 1/4/2014
13. A Bit Weird 7/4/2014
14. A Bitter Tear 10/11/2008
15. A Blank Canvas 7/25/2012
16. A Blank Page Blues 5/18/2008
17. A Blank Stare 3/26/2008
18. A Blob On Four Wheels (Fun Poem 71) 4/1/2008
19. A Bloom 5/5/2013
20. A Bold Knight 5/6/2008

Sniffers (Fun Poem 162)

Our nose is a precision tool
for detecting smells around us.
Chefs normally smell the food
before tasting it.
Wine experts smell a glass of wine
before taking a sip.
Each judge the aromas
produced by different foods and grapes.

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