Debora Soramaki Poems
|121.||Stepped In What?||10/21/2006|
|122.||Iron Ore Territory||4/24/2010|
|125.||Who Are You, Really?||6/30/2007|
|127.||There's An Idiot Behind Me||11/22/2006|
|128.||Cut My Heart Out||8/6/2006|
|129.||Easy For You To Say||10/21/2006|
|130.||Whenyou'Re 30,000 Feet, More Or Less||7/5/2007|
|131.||A Canadian Goose||8/6/2006|
|132.||My Coffee Cup||11/10/2008|
Comments about Debora Soramaki
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.
The King Of Noodles
No one will EVER dare
Go against the mighty king
He's the perfect noodle master
' Dinner's ready! ', bada bing!
He cooks with such a flare,
He can make the water sing.
There is nobody faster
Than the Ramen noodle king.