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  1. I've Fallen In Love With Mr. Muscle

    • By Jamie H Scrutton
    • Published: September 2014

    The typical skittish behaviour when my body begins t' bustle,
    All in the fact that I've fallen in love with the one and only Mr. Muscle:
    How his passionate vibe shines when cleaning down my decks,
    As his toned, articulate body moves, rhythmical with his pecs!

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  3. Picture Perfect

    She stood there by the ocean,
    The breeze gently lifted her hair.
    Of that seagull just above her,
    She was totally unaware....

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  4. The Poem I Did Not Wish To Write

    • By Sahana
    • Published: May 2014
    Poem About Writing Poetry

    I did not wish to write this poem,
    But it would not leave me be.
    Throughout the night,
    Throughout the day,...

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    Same, girl! I don't write poems either! Thanks for expressing it in poem form!

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  6. The Most Horrible Treat

    • By Clothes Like Those
    • Published: February 2015
    Funny Poem About Eating Anything

    It seemed like a good idea at the time,
    But looking back now I cringe just a little.
    I was so hungry and it WAS once mine,
    The week old milk and peanut butter brittle.

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  7. Unsubscribe Me

    Poem About Forms of Junk Mail

    Unsubscribe me from your mailing list.
    You must think I'm a sap.
    I don't even know you,
    and I'd never buy your crap....

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  8. Monkey In The Middle

    • By Sawyer Sewell
    • Published: October 2008

    There once was a monkey in a city's zoo,
    who dreamed of the outside sun.
    He did like hitting kids with poo,
    but he felt that that's been done....

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    Sawyer Sewell. This poem simplifies the struggles of modern day man globally.
    It's by random chance that I was illustrating the moral of this poem from another side of the world and I got...

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  10. I Love You/I Hate You

    • By Christina
    • Published: October 2009

    You're the love of my life and the cause of my strife
    You dirty cigarette
    I've made many mistakes in my many days
    But you are my one regret...

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    I love this poem! It really hits home. I've been a cancer survivor for eight years, and I'm still smoking cigarettes. Although, I've been cutting down. Now it's a half pack a day instead of...

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  11. Travel Blues

    Poem About The The Rigors Of Travel

    A voyage abroad with my good wife Maude turned into a real mess
    In need of some rest in Budapest, about all I got was stress
    Then in France I took a chance on some pork a little too rare
    I so regret that Monsieur's toilette was very crowded there

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  12. The Devil Beneath

    • By Ld Fisher
    • Published: May 2008

    All sweet and innocent she might look
    some people call her an innocent crook.
    Her simmering smile
    and make up on....

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  13. Mail Box Blues!!

    • By Joan St Cyr
    • Published: May 2014

    My proud little mailbox stood upright and tall.
    No mailboxes on the street could compare, none at all.
    Till one day the blue demon was backing in reverse, I stood by the window watching the upcoming curse.
    Slowly I screamed as I saw what was to become, my proud little mailbox would soon come undone....

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