Limericks to make you laugh from famous poets to everyday people
If there is one thing that I have learned from literature, it is that nothing is quite as it seems on the surface. If you think that you know all there is to know about this classic poem, think again.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, what do you do with all that turkey? Who knows? Here's a poem for that dilemma (one of two poems inspired by a Thanksgiving meal).
A funny poem about Girl Scout Cookies.
If you don't think about credit rating scores, maybe you should. Here's a poem on the matter, and some food for thought.
Dr. Seuss made a great impression on me as a child, and I suppose that this is true for many children and their parents, as much today as then. He was the world's greatest poet. I've met his spirit.
A satirical poem about the addiction to tweeting.
INTRODUCTION I'm trying to recollect what prompted me to write the poem below, written about four decades ago. I guess it was my reading of Tom Brown's Schooldays, because you have Dr Thomas Arnold in the poem. But I think it was the more sinister 'Eric, or Little by Little' that influenced me;...
What is the freedom of 'letting go' and why is very liberating to do so? Take a journey into 'letting go"' through the opposite, mixtures and the void. The obscure may make more sense.
Ghostwriter 92 thought he was just popping in for a one hour AA meeting, but what he found was scary and sobering. A haunting message from eternity...from two old friends who are waiting for him!