George Hunter

George Hunter Poems

281. Monopoly 2/28/2009
282. Radioactive 5/8/2009
283. Skeptic's Haiku 10/5/2014
284. Good-Bye Cruel World 12/10/2010
285. Cat's Talking 6/17/2009
286. A Nursery Rhyme (Sort Of) 7/10/2009
287. Cows' Revenge 3/26/2009
288. Train Watching,1937 4/21/2009
289. Starlight In Your Eyes 7/19/2009
290. Bygone Days 4/2/2009
291. Boys Will Be Boys 7/10/2014
292. Dumb Blonde - Smart Blonde 4/15/2009
293. A Fifth On The Fourth 7/2/2009
294. Bumblebees Can Fly 11/17/2012
295. French Toast 9/28/2012
296. Mixing Colors 6/9/2009
297. A Case For Sherlock Holmes 6/23/2012
298. 001-The Story Of Noah's Ark 7/6/2012
299. Tuesday's Child 4/30/2012
300. 001-The Zebra 5/16/2013
301. Cat Limericks 6/23/2012
302. Six Weather Haiku 9/11/2009

Comments about George Hunter

  • Katinka Havermans Katinka Havermans (4/1/2012 4:49:00 AM)

    Hello George, thanks for your comment on my poem. I love yours too. I'm reading on Poemhunter a long time but only since yesterday I had the courage to place my poems here. The only problem is: The placing of comments. I guess I'm doing something not right. Hope this one will stick. :)

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  • Ramesh Rai Ramesh Rai (11/17/2011 3:00:00 AM)

    respected sir,
    i liked your poem. i like to request you to please spare your valuable time and comment on my poems. it shall be too much valuable for me. with kind regards.

  • Vicky Ring (6/12/2009 11:43:00 AM)

    Hi George, I have only been on Poemhunter since yesterday. I really enjoyed reading the Black Widow. I do understand there is alot of women out there like that. But I just got a divorce from a man who whined and acted just like that...all he wanted was my money and I want this and I want that. I never got anything from him it was me serving him like an old maid.

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Six Weather Haiku

A beautiful day
Sun’s shining, birds are singing
God’s in his heaven.

Pouring rain today
A good thing to wash away
The sins of the world.

It’s snowing outside
Little white flakes floating down
Blanketing the world.

Snow falling on me
Anesthetizing my pain
Pristine flakes from sky.

High winds are blowing
Papers swirling down the road
Hold onto your hat.

Very dark tonight
It’s the story of my life
There’s no moon at all.

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Dying Young

The day we are born we all start dying,
It's the only thing in life we can do without trying.
Some go easy,
Some go hard,
We don't get to choose the draw of the card.

Two of my school buds didn't get to call
The way their roll of the dice would fall.
Enlisted early to pick their craft,

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