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strange name for a pet yeah?
but that's what I call it
and it knows its name
so we get along OK
I'd seen her in the pub from time to time -
shortish height, slightly awkward jerky movements
not quite to be called boyish
like her haircut,
i stand before...you
as you ignore.....me
laying on the sofa, just watching t.v.
alone on the couch, as usual
Me, I prefer a long tale
with a happy ending,
said the python
glancing at the
I encountered one day
in a little café
a chum from days gone by,
and oh, what a treat
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Graduation Day was today after school
school got out early
all of the future Freshmen
had to report to the High School Gymnasium
I was thinking….
I haven’t heard from my friend Kowalski, it has been at least a year, probably longer.
Last time he messaged me he and his pet companion a cockroach named Caldwell
One mic... one shot.
One chance at 'make or break'
One shot to get your voice out
One.... more minute please as I sit and let my breath out.
If someone is at my home and they need to piss
Whether they are a mister or a miss,
Maybe it's my father or my mother or my brother or sis
To allow them to use my toilet, I will not ever dismiss.
The sounds coming from the employee restroom.
Made the employees still like stone.
Because of Kristoff's extremely loud groans.
He sounded like he was in pain.
November 9th of this year while the International Space Station swayed
2 Cosmonauts took a spacewalk and history was made.
Came across the acronym RAS, looked
it up, time dilation - I stood transfixed by
the delight of what I came across:
get up from bed
use the restroom
go downstairs for breakfast
run to get the phone
There was one point in my life
when I was doing nothing but bad
the worst thing that came out of it
were the experiences that I had.
I still feel
lingering on my skin
when I close my eyes.
Phat chance! Phish phophy! Bull Stool!
And Folks… Leave politics da phuuck…
out of this discussion! Not one human
life… is worth you, or any other mfer'
He passes through the room like a bubble in champagne, unattached, teflon coated, and somehow freer than the rest of us. "Jordies here, " Leong says in an excited whisper.
"Yeah, " I sigh, adjusting my mask, "saw him." She smiles like a cat behind hers. Leong knows I'm crushing on Jordie and she finds it delicious information which she waves at me like a flag whenever he's around.
People who have not been able to
Put up with a face
I didn't climb to the
mountaintop with you.
But, I was still there.
Every drop of ink I use-
Is like a drop of blood…
A bit of essence of myself-
A seeming, endless flood.
He was on a long road trip.
And he stopped at a gas station to take a piss.
The attendant told him that he couldn't use the restroom.
It was off limits because of the virus.
The elephant trainer had to go to the restroom.
So he let Sally the elephant babysit his little girl for a minute.
He knew that his little girl would be safe.
No one would bother her.
He had to use the restroom while in a store.
And the store clerk said no.
He told the clerk I really have to go.
Or I might piss on the floor.
The restroom has nice toilet paper.
That will not scratch his rump.
It is a good place for taking big dumps.
It doesn't smell too bad.
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