Miss Fortune

Posted by on April 28, 2011 in Miss Fortune, poem, Poems |

Miss Fortune Is at my doorstep again and this time she’s carrying 2 bags. She only stops by when she needs something. And that something, this time, is 400 bucks and a ride home after the procedure. Well Miss Thing guess what? You can keep the keys and the baby cuz I’ve gotta a bike […]

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Spring Training

Posted by on March 24, 2011 in Haiku, poem, Poems |

Haiku is a poetic form and a type of poetry from the Japanese culture. Haiku, which the plural form is also Haiku, are usually written about nature, seasons, feelings or everyday experiences. The first line usually contains five syllables, the second line seven syllables, and the third line contains five syllables. This is the Haiku […]

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Wasting Time and Changing Minds

Posted by on March 1, 2011 in poem, Poems |

I’ve never been a poetry kind of guy It always seemed like a big waste of time. Sonnets, Haikus, Iambic Pentameter, A waste of time in endless chatter. Beatniks, Poets, and Spoken Word Personally I think it’s all for the birds. Show me how you can pay your bills rhyming, and I’ll change my mind […]

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Billy Tom’s Fingers

Posted by on February 2, 2011 in Billy Tom's Fingers, Poems |

I had to write a portrait poem, so I wrote one about my Grandpa. I wanted to write one that best represented what I thought about him. Remember, poems don’t have to rhyme. In fact, most, “good poets,” poems don’t rhyme. But sometimes in the writing process, the piece takes on a life of it’s […]

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