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Thorn in the flesh, very painful
Need to use tweezers!
Meandering abroad in the Lincolnshire meadows day
Day and day a month perhaps, lying at night lonely,
F the pigs and the vultures
that try to break up our cultures.
Always start'n altercations
with all the rezervations
And-'Yonder look! yoho! yoho!
Nancy is off!' the farmer cried,
Advancing by the river side,
He had the dream,
to hear the screams,
of a million aching men.
He sold himself with rhetoric,
Sosehr sein Ende mich bewegt,
Ich durft' es anders nicht vermelden. -
Er stirbt - denn tragisch angelegt
War der Charakter dieses Helden.
Guess what, it’s hair-day O Lord, this week is over,
No more time to count beautiful four leaf clovers.
Perhaps Aunt Mar will initiate the dastardly deed,
Hugged unflinchingly between her legs, useless to plead..
I see it in your face -
Too many unslept hours,
Forgotten, unpicked flowers -
When will you stop?
I'd love to submit a poem....
Hell, I'd like to SEE a poem....
But the Skypes have arrived...
And on poems they thrive....
why do couples often fight?
mostly to convey...
'I am the one who is right'
its a pleasure to have the last word
Vacant hours increase with excuses
You have so much to do; that’s what you say…
Can’t spare any length of time like you use to do
What’s the inspiration for your new cologne spray?
THUS they, with freaks of proud delight,
Beguile the remnant of the night;
And many a snatch of jovial song
Regales them as they wind along;
Hello my dear friends,
I would never deceive,
Democracy one defends,
Do not let me grieve,
Fertilized with a dose of aggravation,
And watered with a little touch of gall,
Her lawn has sprouted warning signs to tell
The neighbor children and passing dog walkers
Yes, let me tell of Jennet, my last child;
In her the charms of all the rest ran wild,
And sprouted as they pleased. Still by my side,
It didn’t take vary long,
For like to turn to frustration.
Then frustration to anger.
Then anger to hate.
Dear Mrs Williams
I regret to inform you of.......The Minister's statement about
The death of your son............His involvement in the Afghan war is
A terrible tragedy...............Made worse
Knowing it was...................Due to
What wonderful friendship would be a nice
stalemate if you hated me and I hated you;
the way you treat me as your punching bag
yet help me with all the usual domestic duties
In aggravation, he recoiled,
It's gone to seed,
Ideas thwarted, progress spoiled
Irritated beyond repair,
Belligerents have come to aggravation.
Tenacity of decency to show
is not the way for causing altercation,
Though we are silent - it's a latent brawl
You've gotta cool down,
Ire lets your guard down,
Despite the aggravation,
If you switch to speculation,
an ill exhumer in violation
the moon and stars are only witnesses
for the crimes in further aggravation
dead bodies mutilated to pieces
Last night I fell apart
You consulted the schematic but no dice
The individual pieces wouldn't fit together again
Whom it strikes down, markedly seen
To be bearing up well in!
Our hapless youth, pre-disposed with
Excess of brightness of being.
Going silently through life, doing what's right at every
turn, being bombarded with all kinds of immoral and un-
ethical morons with no values or sense of responsibility.
I'm dropping bombs like rain
On anyone who gets in my way
The metronome of my impatience
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