Elena Plotkin

Elena Plotkin Poems

81. The Only Two People In The World 8/17/2013
82. The Only Two People In The World (Male Version) 3/4/2014
83. The Truth Behind The Fairy Tale Rapunzel 7/18/2013
84. The Truth Behind The Fairy Tale Beauty & The Beast 7/18/2013
85. The Truth Behind The Fairy Tale Sleeping Beauty 7/18/2013
86. The Truth Behind The Fairy Tale Snow White 7/18/2013
87. The Visitor 8/17/2013
88. The Wolf At The Door 8/27/2013
89. There Will Always Be A Place For You At My Table 8/16/2013
90. They Told Me To Laugh When I Was Crying 2/12/2015
91. Thoughts And Actions 4/20/2016
92. Tiger, Tiger (Not Kipling) 2/21/2014
93. Time Is A Runner 7/8/2013
94. To Be 6/11/2013
95. To Err Is Human 9/8/2014
96. To The Future President 1/4/2016
97. To The Love Sick 3/2/2016
98. To The Meddler 5/19/2016
99. To The Spouse Of My Ex-Spouse 2/5/2016
100. To The Teacher 11/22/2013
101. To The Terrorists 12/8/2015
102. To The Whiner 5/17/2016
103. To The Womanizer 12/5/2013
104. Too Young To Know 7/21/2013
105. Truly Repentant 2/21/2014
106. Vegan 6/4/2013
107. We The People 2/5/2016
108. Welcome To My Perfume Parlour 12/5/2013
109. What A Way To Go! 7/23/2014
110. What Binds Your Heart To Mine 2/2/2016
111. What Hell Is This? 6/24/2013
112. When Looks Can Kill 9/25/2014
113. Who Will 12/31/2013
114. Why Is The Ocean So Salty? 8/14/2013
115. Writers Of Yore 8/27/2013
116. Your Daddy Still Loves You 6/17/2016
117. You'Re Lucky You Got What You Got! 2/12/2015
Best Poem of Elena Plotkin


I grew up with a bunch of others,
Just me with my sisters and brothers.
When I was younger, I was green and tough,
But as I grew older, I discovered life could be rough.
I changed and grew softer, some called me yellow.
But I was no coward, just a very cautious fellow.
Because where I come from you never know the day,
That your whole family gets eaten or just carted away.

Read the full of Banana

Suddenly Marooned

The clouds gathered and the sun withdrew,
The raindrops fell right on through.
The puddles formed beneath my feet,
A welcome respite from the heat.
'Ha! Take that you old scorcher!
We've had enough of your torture!
Your sweltering ways are over for today!
So now that you're gone, just stay away! '
A breeze once faint, fair, and light,

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