Category Archives: poetry

Secret Squirrel’s Avoidance (plus random poem)

Someone recognised me the other day. Somebody I went to school with, twentyish years ago. This surprised me because I didn’t recognise him. And because he looked so old. Maybe ten years older than me. Not that I am old. … Continue reading

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Pointlessly Rubbish Poem

I met a man the other day, He had no teeth, they’d all flown away. His teeth had escaped to San Jose, Straight outta his mouth to his dismay. “Damn,” he said. He said, “Dag nabbit!” “Them teeth were just … Continue reading

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Smother – a poem

The baseball bat you keep under your bed, And the numerous restraining orders don’t matter. Eventually you will be stone dead. And I will have your head on a platter. Yes, I will. Yes, I will. Yes, I will. Who … Continue reading

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Premier Out

I don’t think I will be smiling ever again. The sun that once shone, having finished shining, shines no more. The colours have disappeared and the black-and-white-and-greys surround me. Food might as well be ashes in my mouth for all … Continue reading

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Foxes – a poem

I was awoken by the foxes in the night, They snarled and growled and threaten to bite. They stared up at my bedroom window, I stared back at the orange-furred foe. The foxes wanted my soul, my innermost, To swallow, … Continue reading

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