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    Poems by Kenneth J. Miller

  • Mary Anne Thrax

    • Published: October 2011

    in Funny Life Poems

    I saw her one night in the back of the room
    At a place that was called "The Every Man's Tomb."
    Her lips were dark blue, and her eyes green as bile.
    And her skin was like pus, pale yellow and vile....

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    • Votes 43
    • Rating 3.47
  • Fecal Farm

    • Published: September 2011

    in Cute Poems

    My horse is there in front of me
    Clip-cloppin' down the road.
    He stops and flips his tail straight up
    And drops another load....

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    • Rating 4.04
  • The Bulls Of Bickerton Lane

    • Published: September 2011

    in Humorous Poems

    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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    • Votes 85
    • Rating 3.85
  • Stuck On You

    • Published: October 2011

    in Funny Valentine's Day Poems

    You're sucrose, you're glucose,
    You're fructose and more,
    From your head to your feet...
    Which are stuck to the floor.

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    • Favorited 21
    • Votes 732
    • Rating 4.30
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  • Mary Had A Little Lamb

    • Published: August 2011

    in Cute Poems

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

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    • Stories 0
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    • Favorited 10
    • Votes 387
    • Rating 3.76
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