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  1. 21. Office Policy Change

    Wouldn't the work environment be wonderful if office policy including time to laugh every day?

    Stepping into the boardroom meeting,
    Stepped out of character too.
    Put a red slipper on one foot,
    On the other, a bright blue shoe.

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  2. 22. Diabolical

    This is a humorous poem about what sheltering in place has done to me.

    After hours of extensive research
    And following many a clue,
    I've finally discovered the source
    Of the new pandemic flu.

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  3. 23. My Freaking Alarm

    I loathe my alarm clock on a work day LOL

    As I lay cozy, all snug in my bed,
    I enjoy the imagination inside my head
    Until I hear racket beside my bed.
    It's my 5:00 alarm!

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    The poem is absolutely cool. Man it has happened to me not more than a hundred times.

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  4. 24. Our TV Set Was Black And White

    I was reminiscing about the early days of television before the advent of the remote control, recorders, twin tuners, streaming, etc. We now take for granted the technology that allows us so much choice (some would say too much choice) as to what we watch and when and how we watch it. No more abandoning your coffee making and sprinting back to the living room to shouts of, "It's on!!"

    Our TV set was black and white
    And on its spindly legs it stood;
    More deep than wide with dials that clicked,
    All curved glass screen and grain of wood.

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  5. 25. The Neighbour's Dog

    Based on a true event. A neighbours barking dog led Bazza to howl and bark in the middle of the road with unexpected consequences.

    Our street was once a peaceful place
    Kids played and you could jog
    But our tranquil life was shattered
    When the neighbour got a dog.

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    I enjoy writing poetry about real events and real people. The "Bazza" who's featured in many of my poems is a quirky character whose fondness for the practical joke often gets him into...

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  6. 26. Orange

    Have you ever struggled to find a word that rhymes

    Now see the beautiful sunset ore the ocean blue
    Fiery colors do abound, of poems there are a few
    I wish that I could write one, about that perfect hue
    But nothing rhymes with orange

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    This orange poem has tickled my fancy. Let me give it a go... Porridge is a dreary word that always rhymes with orange. While strawberries and blueberries may make a soothing pair....

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  7. 27. The Horse Ride

    This poem is a lyrical laugh! I hope it makes people smile.

    Taking a romantic ride today,
    We sat upon the wagon.
    Suddenly the horse lifted his tail
    And we heard a roaring dragon!

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    To me this is the best poem I have read in a long time, so I am sending it to myself.

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  8. 28. Spring Is Just Okay

    • By Phil Cornish
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    Everyone is excited about Spring...even me to some extent...but there is a darker side.

    Spring has sprung, the time has come, for the greening of the trees
    A time of change, renewal and growth for my allergies
    Like everything else in this great world, Spring has its pluses and minuses
    But its features are quite singular when it comes to my poor sinuses

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  9. 29. Willis

    This is a true story about a friend of ours who would ride his horse into town to the local saloon for a few chug-a-lugs, but one day his luck ran out and guess what? Yep, got caught by the officers.

    Willis the cowpoke rode into town
    On his Old Jugs, just horsing around.
    Down highway 26 he rode Old Jugs
    To the local saloon for a few chug-a-lugs.

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    These men get very well acquainted with their horses, their ole pals you might say, The clumping of horse hooves, the whinney demand for carrots and sugar cubes, the barn yard smell. kinda...

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  10. 30. Christmas Golf

    My son needed a poem for school he could act out as he read. That was kind of hard to find. So I wrote this for him. It was my first one, have wrote many more since. Hope you enjoy this one.

    Back in October a Christmas wish I made.
    A brand new set of golf clubs before next year I played.
    Then on Christmas morn, with my eyes I spied
    An oblong box under the tree, with ribbon wrapped and tied.

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  11. 31. I Love You/I Hate You

    • By Christina
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems October 2009

    A smoker battling with the weed.

    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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  12. 32. The Crazy Flu

    With the flu season upon us, having the flu can be miserable. If we can see some humor in it, it could be good for the soul.

    There once was a girl named Sue.
    She came down with the case of the flu.
    She let out a sigh,
    "My temperature is high,

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  13. 33. The Poem I Did Not Wish To Write

    • By Sahana
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    This is my first poem

    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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  14. 34. My Wife, The Math Whiz

    My wife studies higher math and calculus and all that rocket scientist stuff. Just looking at it turns my brain to Jell-O.

    My dear wife studies Calculus.
    She says it's fun; I think she's nuts.
    She's solving x and y and z.
    I struggle with just 1, 2, 3.

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  15. 35. Pigheaded Pete

    • By Louise Michelle
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    Oh, dear, I'm not quite sure what to write. There isn't any particular story behind this piece, but I'm sure most readers can relate to obnoxious Pete. Perhaps the moral is one shouldn't lose one's temper no matter what the circumstances. Let's hope old Bill learned a lesson.

    Pigheaded Pete was an obstinate fool,
    who argued no matter the topic,
    shredding opinions with outrageous drool,
    and anger that bordered psychotic.

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  16. 36. Travel Blues

    My name is Alan Balter, and I am a retired university professor. They call me "Professor Emeritus," a title with no benefit wharever except to remind me that I'm old. I had a wonderful 35 year career preparing teachers for children and adolescents with special needs. Now, in retirement, I have taken to writing novels and poetry. This keeps me stimulated and, at the same time preserves my dear wife's sanity.

    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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  17. 37. Ripped Pants, Broken Heart

    I ripped my pants at the knee today. In my distress, I mourned them for nearly thirteen minutes. This poem will be read as a eulogy at the funeral, where all my pants' friends-including that weird kilt they met once, will attend. Please be mindful of this somber affair, as I need time to recover from the loss.

    I lived my life, I tried my best to follow all my dreams.
    My great endeavors were forever bursting at the seams.
    And though I tried to love what's mine, I failed and I confess
    My bony knees made pants like these suffer much distress

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    This is one of the best humor poems I have ever read!! I remember reciting the poem in a competition in grade seven. Not only did it win me first prize, it also got me a lot of praise....

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  18. 38. Unsubscribe Me

    Do you ever feel this way? I had to write it.

    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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  19. 39. The Bulls Of Bickerton Lane

    My home sits on a three acre property that abuts a cattle farm. The driveway/lane that leads to my neighbor's house bears the name Bickerton Lane. It seems that the fence surrounding the grazing field is sorely in need of repair. The cattle wander at will through this broken down fence and onto my property. I hear them in the morning mooing and grazing through my yard and, annoyingly, leaving their fertile deposits behind them. So, I wrote this rhyme to calm myself down.

    The bulls of Bickerton Lane do graze
    Upon my verdant lawn.
    I hear them in the morning haze
    Mooing to the dawn.

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  20. 40. I've Fallen In Love With Mr. Muscle

    • By Jamie H Scrutton
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems September 2014

    This is a comedic poem about a woman who has grown a passionate attraction to Mr. Muscle after his dedicated hygienic work around her house.

    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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