Debora Soramaki


Debora Soramaki Poems

81. Stigma Enigma 1/29/2010
82. How To Screw Your Senior Citizens 4/10/2010
83. The Sacred Scroll Of Answers 4/24/2010
84. Universal Elimination 4/24/2010
85. It's Raining Chocolate 4/26/2010
86. To Be Alone 4/26/2010
87. Swedish Pancakes 4/26/2010
88. Regret 4/26/2010
89. It's My Job 11/17/2008
90. Risable 11/18/2008
91. Time Will Tell 5/13/2010
92. Personal 5/13/2010
93. Venture North-Haiku 5/13/2010
94. Venture North 5/13/2010
95. Toboggan Hill 5/13/2010
96. Sera Luna 5/13/2010
97. I Can'T Leave You Now 5/14/2010
98. Dillan Joshua 5/14/2010
99. Live Life To Give 5/14/2010
100. My Man In Blue (Part 2) 5/14/2010
101. Note 5/14/2010
102. We Got The Tisdales (In Sparta, Mn) 7/22/2010
103. Disconnected 10/8/2010
104. One Strand Of Hair 10/8/2010
105. Slaves 11/17/2010
106. The Snow Trail Of Heaven 2/2/2011
107. The Thief Who Stole My Life 7/12/2007
108. Tout De Suite 7/12/2007
109. So, Who's The Fool? 8/7/2007
110. My Man In Blue 5/13/2010
111. The New Covenant 7/7/2010
112. Princess Madison 12/3/2008
113. She Wore Peridot 4/24/2010
114. Welcome Back 3/22/2009
115. Aluminum Cans 9/21/2008
116. I Can'T Have You 7/29/2007
117. One Nation Under God? 11/22/2006
118. Auburn And Gray 10/27/2006
119. Mustache Medley 10/17/2006
120. Fine Dining 8/4/2006

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A Canadian Goose

A Canadian goose was on the loose.
Every day he would say as he'd fly
High in the sky, ' Look at me, look at me,
I'm free, I'm free! '
He was a silly ole goose,
His best friend was a moose.
Around the big water
They would tease the young otter,
And when the black bear stood there,
To stare, the goose and the moose
Gave him a scare.
But I like that silly goose
Who was always on the loose.
He'd be honking for a mile
Just to make me smile.

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Baby Peas And Rhubarb

Rhubarb and strawberries
Carrots and raspberries
Swiss chard and blueberries
Green beans and baby peas
Delicious apples on the trees
Green onions and potatoes
Lettuce and tomatoes
Growing on the land
Where Grandma laid her hand.

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