poet David Harris

David Harris

A Few Things You Should Never Do

Never date the Wolfman
on the night of a full moon.
You could end up
with a very nasty love bite.

Never date Dr Frankenstein
on a stormy night.
You might just end up
with a bolt out of the blue.

Never open Dracula’s coffin
as the sun begins to set.
You might end up
opening a box of your own.

Poem Submitted: Thursday, November 15, 2007
Poem Edited: Monday, April 25, 2011

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  • Janri Gogeshvili (2/4/2008 9:53:00 AM)

    David aka Dodgy Dave
    bravo!

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  • Alison Cassidy (11/21/2007 10:13:00 PM)

    Three little cautionary tales from the depths of a fertile imagination. Great fun with a twist. love, Allie xxxx

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  • Rosemary Dupree (11/19/2007 4:27:00 PM)

    This poem is definately unique, I like that. I have given it a 10 for it 's creativity, look forward to reading more.
    Rosemary

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  • Andrew mark Wilkinson (11/16/2007 2:01:00 AM)

    Hey I have met a few girls that suck the life out of you, then bark at the moon...lol David beware clubs with bad lighting...10

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  • x... x... (11/15/2007 7:39:00 PM)

    Yikes, don't worry, I won't...in fact a gal has to be extra careful in the states about anyone she dates as should the guys....Lots of loonies running around and they're not all known as frankenstein....cute write David........marci.(< :)

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  • Uloia Norris Moore (11/15/2007 5:13:00 PM)

    Very ironic, the curse of three verse true and wise.

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