R.K. Cowles

Rookie - 0 Points (12/31/1968 / hudson falls, new york)

R.K. Cowles Poems

121. Licking The Chops [1930 Slang] 3/3/2012
122. Michigan Bankroll [1930 Slang] 3/3/2012
123. Sideshow Alley [1930 Slang] [carnival/Sideshow Slang] 3/5/2012
124. Tricker Treaters [holidays] 10/22/2012
125. Hapless Frenzie [bourbon] 11/7/2012
126. Mishandled Bridge Strategy 11/7/2012
127. Love's Discolorment [color Series] 11/7/2012
128. In And Out [children] [humor] 11/26/2012
129. T. G. I. F. 11/26/2012
130. Silence [experimental] 11/26/2012
131. A One Day A Year War Zone 12/7/2012
132. The Heart 1/14/2013
133. A Ridiculous Scavenger Hunt List 1/18/2013
134. Go Forth Into Eternal Tranquility [death] 8/16/2013
135. Content With Death 8/16/2013
136. The Ghost 8/16/2013
137. I Feel Like 10/16/2013
138. Book Of Matches 12/2/2013
139. Tears Of Joy 12/23/2013
140. Dog Soup [1930 Slang] 3/20/2012
141. Belutha Hatchie [1930 Slang Poem] 3/14/2012
142. Through An Imagination From A Beaver To A Medal [crossword Viii] 10/6/2011
143. Encourage [humor] 9/30/2011
144. An Attitude Towards An Attitude [humor][performance] 8/23/2011
145. Babysitter's Lament [performance] [humor] [children] 8/17/2011
146. The Ills That Flesh Is Heir To [dark] 8/16/2011
147. Swirling [abstract Photo/Art] 8/2/2011
148. An Exploration Of An Autopsy [experimental] 7/27/2011
149. Priceless [flip-Side][humor] 7/27/2011
150. Tongue Twisted Vowels 8/5/2011
151. Tongue Twister (Experiment/Humor) 8/5/2011
152. Tomato [color Series] [food] 8/16/2011
153. Afternoon Nightmare (Crossword Poem-I) 9/8/2011
154. Story Of My Life [color Series] 9/30/2011
155. Poetry Sings 11/29/2011
156. Where We Are.... 11/2/2011
157. Petty Pantry [1920's Slang] 1/5/2012
158. Hotsy Totsy [1920's Slang] 1/6/2012
159. Magic Mint [color Series] 11/22/2011
160. White Ii [color Series] 7/26/2011

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Chicago [1920's Slang]

Left my dump, off to the cafe
Ankling it, no need for a hack
I'm a johnnie walker
Stopped a bit to jaw a little
With two wiseheads before work
As we discuss how one of their coffee-and-donut doble
Keep klunking out on them
When I arrived
I poured me a cup of joe
Then took a powder
To find me an ameche
To arrange a get together for tonight
With my tight squeeze
I get back and drink the joe
Shortly afterwards I get jingle-brained
Then I threw a joe
I wake to find me in this heap
Someplace in a back of alley
And was being pulled out by three ...

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White I [color Series]

Plain silence
Non-active
No immagination
Plain
Non-dimentional
Creative-illiterate
Unproductive sensation

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