Alessandra Liverani

Rookie - 0 Points (Wollongong, Australia)

Alessandra Liverani Poems

81. Are You Crazy? 4/22/2005
82. Because I Said So, That's Why 10/5/2005
83. Before You Start 5/11/2005
84. Better Have A Cigarette 5/26/2005
85. Big Tobacco And The Government 4/10/2005
86. Big Tobacco's Creed 6/12/2005
87. Breakfast At Tiffany's 5/16/2005
88. But It Makes Me Lots Of Money 5/30/2005
89. Can You Do It? 6/10/2005
90. Can You Sell This? 3/18/2008
91. Caring For An Absurdity 4/7/2005
92. Caught In A Rip 5/10/2005
93. Cockroaches Rule 4/4/2005
94. Comfort Zone 4/6/2005
95. Complicated 8/23/2005
96. Confused 7/18/2005
97. Copied Fear 11/30/2006
98. Coulda Woulda Shoulda 2/3/2005
99. Cycles 4/7/2005
100. Dave The Drunk 6/6/2005
101. Domestic Violence 5/12/2005
102. Don'T Copy That One 11/30/2006
103. Don'T Get Caught 7/25/2005
104. Don'T Rush Me 7/7/2005
105. Dragged Back 11/30/2006
106. Enjoying My Fags 6/8/2005
107. Erosion 11/30/2006
108. Everybody Loses 2/15/2007
109. Exercise In Futility 7/27/2005
110. Fear Is Not A Fault 5/15/2005
111. Fiddle Faddle 3/5/2005
112. Fresh Air 2/6/2005
113. High Anxiety 9/27/2005
114. How Dare You 4/26/2005
115. How Hard Is It? 5/17/2005
116. How To Do It 3/5/2005
117. How To Stay A Smoker 1/10/2006
118. Hunted 2/1/2005
119. Hypnotised 8/6/2005
120. Hyponicotinaphobia 2/2/2005
Best Poem of Alessandra Liverani

- Where Are My Glasses? : : Humour

Where are my glasses, where did they go?
I’ve searched high, and I’ve searched low
I looked on the shelf and behind the TV
Where, oh where can my glasses be?

I’ve looked on top of the table, behind the door
Inside the cupboard and inside the drawer
Beside the lounge and under it too
I went outside and checked inside an old shoe

I walked down the hallway and up the stairs
In front of me was a bicycle lying right there
I walked around it and jumped over the toys
Left there by those most lazy of boys

I walked past a doorway, then crawled through a...

Read the full of - Where Are My Glasses? : : Humour

This Is A Test Only

You're sitting at your desk, trying to concentrate
When suddenly the loudspeaker crackles with a voice that just can't wait
THIS IS A TEST ONLY, PLEASE DISREGARD THIS MESSAGE
You then sit waiting expectantly, just a little bit on edge

For the certain piercing screech of the office fire alarm
It is warning you to leave, so that you'll stay out of harm
Yet you stubbornly stay put, continue working at your desk
Because you know that this is just merely a test

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