Pamela

    Poems by Pamela

  • The Neighbour's Dog

    • Published: January 30, 2019
    Barking Dogs And Their Consequences

    in Humorous Poems

    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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  • Living Aboard A Boat

    • pending
    • Posted on 01/15/19
    The Hurdles And Marvels Of Living Remote.

    in Inspirational Poems

    You could have bought a Coaster bus
    With all the camping things
    And travelled around in comfort
    From Perth to Alice Springs.

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  • Love And Hugs

    • Published: January 15, 2019
    A Message For Your Special Day

    in Birthday Poems for Friends

    A bunch of flowers,
    A homemade cake,
    That special gift,
    A birthday steak.

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  • Growing Old

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    • Posted on 01/06/19
    A Humorous Take On Our Efforts To Appear Young

    in Humorous Poems

    They said I was an "old fart"
    But I hardly think that's true
    My boobs were done in '75
    But my teeth and knees are new.

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  • Pamela
  • 3 weeks ago

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 trouble. When poems are based on real events they can seem too outlandish to be true, the old adage "truth is stranger than fiction" really is spot-on.

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