Maddy Jones

Rookie - 148 Points (March 2nd,1988 / Kennewick, Wa)

Maddy Jones Poems

1. The Giant 1/26/2006
2. No Backbone 1/26/2006
3. Fall Of A Monarch 1/26/2006
4. The Flower Shivers 1/26/2006
5. Get Out 1/26/2006
6. Into Her Room 1/26/2006
7. Rotting To Bone Part 1 / The Crow's Reply Part 2 1/26/2006
8. Blame The Brat 1/26/2006
9. Committed 2/20/2006
10. The Hermit 2/20/2006
11. Thieves Beware 3/9/2006
12. The Reviled Man 1/26/2006
13. A Nightmare's Bluff 1/26/2006
14. The Lumpish Man 1/26/2006
15. The Rat 1/26/2006
16. Game Of Demise 1/26/2006
17. The Spiral Down 1/26/2006
18. Wishing Star 4/16/2006
19. Life Support 6/4/2006
20. Distraction 7/26/2006
21. The Crow's Reply (Revised Version) 7/29/2006
22. The Chunky Jerk 1/13/2011
23. The Drink-Off 7/20/2006
24. Windows 10/18/2016
25. Underneath The Moon 12/10/2016
26. Rendezvous 11/4/2017
27. Fifty Shades Of Bacon 1/28/2018
28. Wicked Clown 3/18/2006
29. Brighter Days 1/19/2011
30. A Ghost's Addiction 2/17/2006
31. Little Whore 7/24/2006
32. Beheaded 7/7/2006
33. A Mind Of Dilemma 1/26/2006
34. X-Ray Man 5/7/2006
35. An English Cat 2/1/2006
36. The Mess Of A Man 2/14/2006
37. A Dream Within 10/29/2017
38. Waiting 6/2/2018

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The Mess Of A Man

Meet a man,
A man named Harry,
He's in need of a shave,
And it's quite scary,

He's got hair on his chest,
Hair on his back,
Hair on his ass,
And hair in his crack,

He leaves hair on the soap,
Hair on the floor,
Hair every place,
Including the store,

Harry, dear Harry,
Do something, please,
Your hair retains odor,
And you reek of cheese!

Look at your cat,
What will you do?
Your cat's hairballs,
They're the hairs from you!

No hope, it seems,
For your hairiness,
It'll just regrow,
So ...

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The Flower Shivers

The flower withers,
Dying today,
The flower shivers,
Wasting away,

A useless soul,
An early death,
Becoming cold,
Fade in stealth,

The flower dries,
The petals fall,
The petals lie,
The living stall,

Death of a cough,
Why thrive on?
You cannot slough,
You cannot run.

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