Herbert Nehrlich Poems

Hit Title Date Added
621.
Escape

One foot immersed
the plan rehearsed,
then off at speed
to do the deed.
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622.
In The Forum? ? ? ?

There once was a poet named Turner.
He was kind and a rather quick learner.
Then he tempted his fate
when he stayed for debate
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623.
Happy Birthday, Danny R.

Though the timing is rather uncanny,
Happy Birthday, I say, poet Danny.
On another year's crest
it may BE for the best
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624.
Revenge

I shall drink your wine
take away your food,
deprive you of shelter
and dry up your well.
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625.
Border Easement

It was a simple barricade,
Arabic letters, exclamation marks,
a hot, oppressive wind, pregnant
with stinging sand and camel dung.
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626.
Mona Lisa-First Love

We'd been inside that place,
La Louvre, wow we said,
again and yet again, and there
she was, like in the story book,
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627.
A Cock Named Elsevier

A cockatoo named Elsevier
had sipped some of his master's beer.
The alcohol had warmed his heart,
he thought it would be very smart
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628.
Climate Does It

They say that in Seattle snot
runs out of noses quite a lot.
The weather is, well rather shitty
which, in a way, may be a pity.
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629.
God

I think it may be rather odd
that no one knows the real God.
Elusive, yes, for centuries
and overseeing miseries,
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630.
Rio

I had to take my eyes off all the money,
inside the vault of New York City Bank.
I'd glimpsed the image of a real honey,
we had just driven through the wall in our tank.
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