I Amuse Myself Poem by Val Brooklyn Rogers

I Amuse Myself

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When no one else is around I amuse myself
while sitting down
And bring myself loads of joy
when I pretend to be a stand up comedian
Amusing all my friends.
I amuse myself then.

Nothing else to do while sitting in the
Pew. I might as well count my blessings
And amuse myself while confessing
When the day is gone I'm asleep I amuse
Myself with my nightmares as I'm screaming.

I amuse myself with fun and jokes GALES
Of laughter there after. Funny patrols the
Hall's Of speckled jest. Ha! I amuse myself
At my own request.
When muscles are weak from laughters cause
I amuse myself with my own applause.

I create a funny story and recite it to
Myself and listen to my own glee.
I am amused at myself with peels of

With tricks and folly it's all the same
I amuse myself with silly games.
At the end of the day I'm amused by the
Moon as it sits beneath its HALO
Laughing quietly at me.

Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Topic(s) of this poem: laugh,laughter
Chinedu Dike 04 February 2017

Lovely piece of poetry nicely written with a tinge of humour.

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Bri Edwards 27 August 2016

precious! i didn't laugh but i certainly enjoyed this. to MyPoemList bri :)

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Howard Savage 18 January 2016

If you are able to amuse yourself, you will no trouble amusing a large crowd.

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Abdulrazak Aralimatti 01 July 2015

Amusing self in hard times and adversaries is really a great task.Loved reading your poem.

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