John Lyday

Rookie (Chicago, Ilinois)

John Lyday Poems

1. Colorado Small Town Memories 4/9/2009
2. David And Goliath 4/17/2009
3. Winter's Garden 4/23/2009
4. America 2009 4/24/2009
5. Why I Don'T Write 4/24/2009
6. One More Chance (A Villanelle) 6/4/2009
7. Resemblance 6/7/2009
8. Disjointed 6/8/2009
9. Avocado On Ritz 11/10/2009
10. Half Pint Of Satan 11/14/2009
11. Silence, Sleep And Serenity 11/28/2009
12. If I Could Write A Cloud 11/30/2009
13. The Suicide Of My Young Friend 12/5/2009
14. Fallen Fruit Of The Persimmon Tree 12/14/2009
15. Walking To The Train 12/17/2009
16. What Crazy Means To Me 12/23/2009
17. A Romp Toward Remission - Collaboration W/ Angie Headley 12/24/2009
18. Ode To The Woman Who Shot Me 1/25/2010
19. Prayer To Despair 2/10/2010
20. Rickety Rhyme 6/9/2009
Best Poem of John Lyday

Rickety Rhyme

rickety man, rickety house
quickly ran, saw a mouse

stately woman, in stick hut
prickly fish, coconut

Man meets Woman half the way
Woman asks Man want to play?

sticky situation, sticky plot
Man tells Woman rather not

Woman looks Man not well hung
Woman tells Woman not much fun

Man tells Woman another time
Woman goes off end the rhyme

06/09/09

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America 2009

America has traded in his Mercedes
For a beat up, General Motors car.
It has a fender and door of different colors.
It leaks water, burns oil and won’t go far.

America is standing at unemployment,
all morning, just to see the clerk.
Diligently, he pursues positions,
along with millions looking for work.

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