Clinton Siegle


A Dog - Poem by Clinton Siegle

shame is shame
breaking evil to live
is right from the night
thanks for sharing
nightmares to kill all
thanks for writing
dreams can be good
keep on writing
dreams can be right
keep on sharing


pirate professional
sailed a shopping cart across Wally worlds water covered planks
Poet of several odes of odds and ends
Wrote several of this si this and that si that ends
Plundered the frig of Rolaids and rum
Wrote more prose then poems
Told tales of this si this that is that arrr I know si is is
Regaled ladies by the night lights about mermaids
Fairies and trolls with long ear hair
The end is near tonight
Rum is almost all gone
The end is near to this tale tonight
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A penance is a replacement of actions from those that were evil for those that are good.
Or a way to show a change of heart or attitude towards the light from that of dark. Some say that all these actions does is show your intent and your insides.
Intent to change your life for the better and for hope of the every after. A Chance at heaven. Heaven a concept that all is right all is good. Can life like that be possible? Can existence exist without evil?
If so why? Why Why not heaven on earth? Peace PEace is cried out but nothing. But war and evil is given. Write all of good and great morals and character upholding what is right.



Well, Art is Art, isn't it? Still, on the other hand, water is water. And east is east and west is west and if you take cranberries and stew them like applesauce they taste much more like prunes than rhubarb does. Now you tell me what you know.
Groucho Marx

Poetry is art.
I suppose I am an artist.
A poet with a cause
A poet who can not spells
And knows it
What is it that I know
I know the end is near
I can see that is clear
The end of what
Why this is this
And
That is that of course of art


Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.
Groucho Marx

Politicians need some humor
descent humor
wild weird humor
someone that can actually add humor
maybe a mathematician humor
1-1=0 humor
where they can understand humor
17 days of paid vacation humor
or 100 million dollar vacation humor
or 1 billion for Syria death and rape which is not humor
or 3 billions to the Saudis for their oil humor
or paying the Chinese for their humor
or paying the north Koreans for their humor
maybe politicians do not have humor
that is the humorous thing abuot humor
A billion dollars could solve 10,000 people humor with 100,000 per humor
Counting just the vacation paid the politicians this is not humor
The democrats statement there is no more to be cut
I wonder
I can not have a vacation
I am working in the land of mickey
And no 134 dollar ticket for my vacation
Writing poetry is fine
Playing on line games easies the mind


Look ma I made top of the world-quote from some movie not sure any more
Look the world is not an easy place
In fact I am quite out of place
I use to have friendship
and
a friend
now I am alone
yet again
I was thinking of getting a dog
for outside of a book
a dog is a good friend
inside a dog
well it is to dark to read
a good book
paraphrase from Marx- I do not think it was Karl maybe Grucho but not Karl

Topic(s) of this poem: dog

Form: Blank Verse


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Look ma I made top of the world-quote from some movie not sure any more
Look the world is not an easy place
In fact I am quite out of place
I use to have friendship
and
a friend
now I am alone
yet again
I was thinking of getting a dog
for outside of a book
a dog is a good friend
inside a dog
well it is to dark to read
a good book
paraphrase from Marx- I do not think it was Karl maybe Grucho but not Karl

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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 31, 2018



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