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  1. 41. Peace And Quiet

    • By Jonathan Mark Pina
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2015

    This is just a little humorous poem I wrote about living in modern day life.

    Turn it up please
    Can you make that
    A little louder?

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  2. 42. My Five Kitty Cats

    • By Suzanne Hofbauer
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2008

    My name is Suzanne. I was born in Belgium Europe in 1956. Married an American in 1978. I have two sons. 24 and 28 and five adopted cats.These cats keep me on my toes.
    Thank you for your interest.

    Buster, Sparkle, Newbie, Speedy
    and then there's Pixie our smallest kitty,
    One, two, three and four and five,
    they're so frisky, so alive.

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    An adorable poem for a cat lover. This poem reminds me of all the cats I used to have and will have.

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  3. 43. The Ballad Of Daylight Savings Time

    Every year, it rolls around, to be greeted with groans, eye-rolling, and an intense desire to sleep in late. Yet we dutifully do it. Is there a bonus to Daylight savings Time? Hmmmmm.

    What's with this Daylight Savings Time?
    It steals our sleeping, snoozing time
    Roll out of bed and take a breath
    And feel like microwaved-reheated death

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    Daylight saving can either be a blessing or a curse. Thanks for the laugh. Australia is currently enjoying summer daylight saving time. Loved the verse.

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  4. 44. A 21st Century Visit From Santa

    • By Brooke Jones
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems December 2010

    The classic "A Visit From Santa" MEETS Thomas Friedman's "The World Is Flat" in what could well become a new holiday classic. The birth of the world wide web has changed everything, forever, and for those not prepared, earning a living could be a challenge.

    T'was the night before Christmas, and all through the house
    Not a creature was sleeping -- not pet, child or spouse.
    The people were tossing and turning in beds
    With visions of bills dancing 'round in their heads.

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    Why does this sound like it may happen... Awesome poem by the way.

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  5. 45. Facebook Rap

    • By Keith
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    This humorous poem will get every FB user laughing their socks off!

    On goes the PC
    Wonder who has messaged me
    Loading up my Facebook
    Gotta have a quick look

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  6. 46. Lady Gagas Dress

    • By Gary Wickson
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2011

    I'm a busy nurse I find poems just pop into my head I started putting them on Facebook my friends seemed to like them so I thought I'd put them on your site hope you like

    I was at home watching TV
    flicking the channels what could I see
    lady gaga got an award and as she got out of her seat
    I was amazed she was wearing a dress made of meat

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    Awesome poem! It's really funny. I wish I could write poems like you do.

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  7. 47. A Thing About Hair!

    I grew up listening to the Beatles. Besides music, they influenced a lot of teen culture, including long hair. There were times mine was past my shoulders! I wrote this story for children. It is silly, funny, cute and maybe a bit surrealistic. I hope they'll see that no matter how many turns their lives may take, there's always some way to adapt to them. It's for kids, but adults might get a kick out of it, too!

    I've looked all over, but I don't know where
    I got stuck with all this hair.
    Some hair's where there once was none!
    I must have more than anyone!

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  8. 48. The Car

    • By Ron Miler
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    Ever have car trouble and the explanation of the problems can be very confusing especially for us not car repair people? Sometimes the explanation could just as well be in Greek.

    I was heading south to the city's biggest shopping center
    To get a steak and other things that I could eat for dinner.
    Then I noticed, luckily, I was nearly out of gas.
    So, I headed for the Stall-Mart store out near the overpass.

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    Yeah, it did. It's called a cliff hanger, so all in all they did have a proper ending. *shrug

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  9. 49. Archemedes Was All Wet

    • By Robert Z
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems May 2014

    After spending over 40 years as an academic and industrial research chemist, I have become intrigued with the large number of important scientific discoveries that have been advanced through serendipity and humor.

    Most of the chemists and physicists that I have had the pleasure to work with could easily start a second career as stand-up comedians. The public at large, especially young people, need to know that working as a scientist, although very challenging, is never dull or boring!

    King Hero of old Syracuse had doubts that made him frown.
    "Perhaps my goldsmith did not use pure gold to make the crown."
    Since proof of mischief must be strong to put a thief in collar,
    The king who feared his judgment wrong called on his science scholar.

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  10. 50. The Most Horrible Treat

    • By Clothes Like Those
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2015

    Something I regret...

    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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  11. 51. Mary Had A Little Lamb

    I often read nursery rhymes to my grandchildren, but they showed little emotion when I did. Therefore, I decided to write the rhymes in a more humorous way. They appear to be enjoying my little rhymes very much now. "Awesome, Grandad. You're funny."

    I've written a number of these comic/satirical rhymes. I hope you like this one. If so, I'll send more later.

    Mary had a little lamb
    And a baked potato.
    Mary had a salad too,
    Of lettuce and tomato.

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  12. 52. Green

    • By Nela
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems April 2009

    My poetry is me!!! I love to write poems...
    Marinela Reka

    Green is so important
    Because we see it all around
    It's up very high on the trees
    And on the grass that is on the ground...

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    Green is all around outside. Green is the color of trees. Green is nature. Green helps us see.

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  13. 53. Problem On The Holidays

    • By Fatmonkey496
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2009

    I am a teenage writer that has lost his way in life

    On New Year's Day my cat ran away
    For Valentine's Day, no girls mould be mine
    On St. Patty's day I got pinched by some laddys
    On Easter I lost all my eggs to an old geezer...

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  14. 54. Writing Block

    • By Rebecca
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems November 2009

    Hi everyone! I'm just your average teen who enjoys listening to music, friends, and TV, but I also love writing! I wrote this poem for a writing club I'm in and it turned out to be pretty neat! I hope you enjoy!

    I can not write a poem; my brain feels fried.
    It can do no more.
    It is as though all my creativity has been trapped, isolated in a room without a door.
    ...

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    I feel the same way, but it takes like a month or two to finish one poem. When I do, some of them don't make sense.

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  15. 55. The Ballad Of The Turkey

    • By G Yates
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems February 2006

    A cute poem about a turkey

    As I walked along the road one day
    Kicking up stones along the way,
    I saw a bird of unusual size
    Who had a large beak and small, beady eyes....

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    This is a lovely tale. It brings me back to my childhood on the turkey farm. I grew up in Czechoslovakia and owned a tiny turkey farm. I loved all the turkeys, especially Rogersic, until he...

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  16. 56. Cookie Monster

    This is a poem is inspired by my daughter. When she was 4 yrs old, her love affair with Cookies started. She would do anything to get hold of the Cookie/Biscuit Jar. Her love of Cookies still exist, she is now 24 years old!!!

    There is a Monster
    Lurking inside our House
    Causing a Disaster
    Eating all our Cookies...

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  17. 57. Writing Utensil

    Just a clever little poem about a pencil, I like more of the darker poetry, but thought I'd try something, well...witty.

    I marvel my pencil.
    My special, long, wooden utensil.
    I just can't keep my hands from it.
    I got him from a friend, and we've been inseparable since....

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  18. 58. The Ballad Of Bob

    • By Caroline Mcmillan
    •  Published by Family Friend Poems March 2009

    I feel chimps deserve more recognition for being awesome. Please enjoy this poem, a tribute to their awesomeness (also their occasional stupidity...).

    A chimp named Bob had a fancy
    For a banana tree
    That lived in the jungle nearby
    His love was plain to see....

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    Do not stand at my grave and cry, I am not there, I did not die. Cherish the moments we had together, for I promise you Dear, there time lasts forever. So when you pass by that marble placed...

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