Innarenko

Innarenko

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    Poems by Innarenko

  • Red-Eye Flights

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    • Posted on 03/14/22
    The Trials Of An Overnight Flight

    in Rhyming Poems

    There was a man named Willy Wright
    Who booked a plane ride late at night,
    Not having a clue
    Of what he'd go through

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  • I Hate Peanut Butter

    • Published: September 28, 2021
    A Distaste For Peanut Butter

    in Funny Poems for Kids

    These words I say without a stutter:
    I hate the taste of peanut butter!
    In Reese's chocolate it may stay
    But keep the butter far away.

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    My 11-year-old son recited this poem at his classical school, The Classical Academy, this past month. He has peanut allergies, so it was fitting that he chose your poem to recite. He recited...

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  • Home Alone

    • Published: February 2020
    Funny Poem About Scary Noises

    in Rhyming Poems

    My family's gone; there's no one home.
    It's only me who's home alone.
    I shouldn't hear a single squeak.
    There shouldn't even be a creak,

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    This poem is so funny and a great one.

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  • Alive

    • Published: July 2018
    Poem About Running

    in Sports Poems

    When my thoughts are too heavy,
    My feelings too numb,
    When my heart is unsteady,
    And the tears start to come,

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    As an athlete, I like running, so I love the 2nd stanza.

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