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    Poems by Jeff Opperman

  • Mermaid (Ramification)

    • Published: October 2011
    Funny Halloween Poem

    in Halloween Poems

    I bought a mermaid costume
    Some how I lost the scales
    Wore it Halloween night
    And looked just like a whale...

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    • Rating 3.95
  • Halloween Scream

    • Published: October 2011

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    One ghostly ghoul, one green eyed goblin
    The headstones say; You got a problem
    To venture on my porch tonight
    Might want to hold your mummy tight ...

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  • Orange

    • Published: October 2009
    Nothing Rhymes with Orange

    in Humorous Poems

    Now see the beautiful sunset ore the ocean blue
    Fiery colors due 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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  • Christmas Golf

    • Published: October 2009

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    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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  • Jeff Opperman
  • 7 months ago

"Wait till your farther gets home" was my discipline from mom. I always wondered what happened in those secret meetings. Just a memory from when I was sixteen. I enjoyed your poem.

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  • Jeff Opperman
  • 7 months ago

A parent's job most days goes unnoticed, unless they take away your phone. It's true I gave my mother fits and most times I didn't understand, but I had my day of reckoning when I finally had kids of my own.

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