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A Poem For Friday

Unwanted Gifts It is the worst time of year, One that fills me with great fear, It’s my birthday next week, you see, I know I should be filled with glee, To receive presents and gifts galore, But I don’t … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

Tights Tights. Now there’s a word, Which is quite absurd, Panty hose is just as bad, And pop socks are a daft fad, The men all like stockings best, But those straps are such a pest, Knee highs seem to … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

Ghostly Woes I am a ghost and my aim is to scare, Sending shivers, chilling all those who dare Enter my deepest and deadliest lair, Alas, I’m not very good. As a lad, I couldn’t wait to be dead, To … Continue reading

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Laughing Along With A Limerick

Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you – FIFTY Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt last week was SHOWER. Keith Channing: When … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

The Laugh Don’t keep it in, It’s no good there, Go on, let it out, Share it round, That joyous sound. Start it off, From deep inside Giggling, guffawing, Almost there, Laugh if you dare. ***

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A Poem For Friday

Finding God My old school recently held a special bash, Class of ’83 was on the sash, All welcome, the banner read, “I’m not going to that,” I said. But my old pal persuaded me to go, She said, “It’ll … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

Secret Garden She watches the morning unfold, A beautiful woman with a head of gold. Sweet, sweet music reaches her ears, Her sparkling eyes brim over with unshed tears. She walks through her garden, so sad, Birds serenade her and … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

Here’s a Friday funny for you: I had an aunt who guzzled gin, A bottle a day was her sin, We kept away Until last May, When she gained a lottery win. ***

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Laughing Along With A Limerick

Here’s your Monday smile – it’s limerick time. Send in your own or here’s a prompt for you – MEAL Here are a few limericks to make you smile this Monday. The prompt last week was FAME. Keith Channing: Some … Continue reading

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A Poem For Friday

No One Cares All around the world there is such pain, The needy lose out, while fat cats gain, Poverty has been brought to the fore, And countries caught up in hideous war, Terrorists and tyrants try to rule, And … Continue reading

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