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  • My Poem Don't cry like it?

    Little darling don’t you cry

    I see that teardrop in your eye

    Mommy had to go away

    But maybe she’ll come back again someday

    Things just happen at our age

    And sometimes it’s just a stage

    Things that we will soon regret

    But we never will forget

    Your mom and I we had a fight

    In front of you, it wasn’t right

    So daddy’s staying home today

    I just can not, just go away

    2 AnswersPoetry3 years ago
  • Do you like my Poem My wife the ultimate eater competitor?

    While my wife was changing channels

    All nice and warm and in her flannels

    She wonders what they all are doing

    With all those dogs that they are chewing

    I told her that the sport is new

    But it does draw quite a few

    It seems it is the newest craze

    I think they starve themselves for days

    She says she thinks she wants to try it

    But after that, she'll have to diet

    I think for all the things she's done

    Watching this, should sure be fun

    She's warming up, she's up to twenty

    If it was me that would be plenty

    I think she is a great dog eater

    I start to think that none will beat her

    Then she got tied at sixty-eight

    But she had one more in her plate

    And when she swallowed sixty-nine

    Behind me sprung a scary line

    But with that she nearly fainted

    Maybe one was kinda tainted

    But when they told her she had won

    She barfed them up, till there was none

    4 AnswersPoetry3 years ago
  • Do you like my poem A Leap of Love?

    She made a promise to her mother

    To learn to dance just like no other

    But she could feel it in her vision

    To never make one bad decision

    You see her mom had done a move so daring

    And found the floor was not so sparing

    And now she’s slightly paralyzed

    Her dream is done unrealized

    Well as time went by a new contest

    Her daughter vowed to be the best

    She felt her mother watching her

    Praying old events will not occur

    But she glided to that very move

    And did the leap and found her groove

    Then like Fred Astaire did with a broom

    She danced the floor and swept that room

    Then in her ears there came a roar

    The votes were in a perfect score

    And to all the others who had tried

    With that leap of love they were denied

    But a vision seen then was not kept

    Her mom forgave her as they wept

    They felt their tears, they shared their cries

    Her mom had won now through her eyes

    3 AnswersPoetry3 years ago
  • Do you like my poem, A leap of love?

    She made a promise to her mother

    To learn to dance just like no other

    But she could feel it in her vision

    To never make one bad decision

    You see her mom had done a move so daring

    And found the floor was not so sparing

    And now she’s slightly paralyzed

    Her dream is done unrealized

    Well as time went by a new contest

    Her daughter vowed to be the best

    She felt her mother watching her

    Praying old events will not occur

    But she glided to that very move

    And did the leap and found her groove

    Then like Fred Astaire did with a broom

    She danced the floor and swept that room

    Then in her ears there came a roar

    The votes were in a perfect score

    And to all the others who had tried

    With that leap of love they were denied

    But a vision seen then was not kept

    Her mom forgave her as they wept

    They felt their tears, they shared their cries

    Her mom had won now through her eyes

    Poetry4 years ago
  • My Poem Little darling don't you cry Please tell me what you think?

    Little darling don’t you cry

    I see that teardrop in your eye

    Mommy had to go away

    Maybe she’ll come back, again someday

    Things just happen at our age

    And sometimes its just a stage

    That we sometimes will regret

    But never ever will forget

    You know we had a fight

    In front of you, it wasn’t right

    So now come closer dear

    I’ll wipe away that flowing tear

    Daddy’s staying home today

    I just can not, go away

    And as she looked up from her place

    I saw a smile upon her face

    Lets make a plan to spend our day

    So hurry up, be on our way

    And to the park we will go

    To watch the gentle waters flow

    We’ll climb a mountain way up high

    Closer to the golden sky

    At the top, we’ll make a pack

    That once a week, we will come back

    It’s you and me together now

    We’ll make it through. I know some how

    Till mommy knows she shouldn’t flee

    Be back with us, and always be

    2 AnswersPoetry4 years ago
  • Do you like my Poem A leap of love?

    She made a promise to her mother

    To learn to dance just like no other

    But she could feel it in her vision

    To never make one bad decision

    You see her mom had done a move so daring

    And found the floor was not so sparing

    And now she’s slightly paralyzed

    Her dream is done unrealized

    Well as time went by a new contest

    Her daughter vowed to be the best

    She felt her mother watching her

    Praying old events will not occur

    But she glided to that very move

    And did the leap and found her groove

    Then like Fred Astaire did with a broom

    She danced the floor and swept that room

    Then in her ears there came a roar

    The votes were in a perfect score

    And to all the others who had tried

    With that leap of love they were denied

    But a vision seen then was not kept

    Her mom forgave her as they wept

    They felt their tears, they shared their cries

    Her mom had won now through her eyes

    3 AnswersPoetry5 years ago
  • Do you like my poem I saw her crying?

    I saw her lying in despair

    Her face is hidden by her hair

    With teardrops flowing from her eyes

    I feel her sorrow as she cries

    Her pain is pounding deep inside

    She wipes those tears she tries to hide

    Her life is coming to an end

    Her broken heart she can not mend

    He told me that I was his life

    And that soon I’d be his wife

    What kind of man could be that way

    To just leave me in disarray

    I don’t know what I could have done

    He told me now I was no fun

    He said the years though have been great

    But lately I’ve gained too much weight

    So I told her that if she would stand

    I would gladly take her by the hand

    I’ll show you what this man can do

    To help you through and be brand new

    I’ll help you to move along

    And day by day you will be strong

    And in the end I found a way

    Together twenty years, since that day

    9 AnswersPoetry5 years ago
  • the gifted performer?

    As I sit here at the bar

    While she plays her new guitar

    I wonder how she’ll leave this place

    Her purse is surely full of mace

    She looks at me, and she does say

    Can I play your song today

    I think it sorta goes likes this

    Just give me time to reminisce

    Her voice is sharp and crystal clear

    The kind you really want to hear

    And when that gal begins to wail

    She sounds just like a nightingale

    She packs the place on Monday night

    She spurs the crowd with shear delight

    And she really has a look

    That you can’t find, in no book

    As we dance around those barroom mats

    We hold onto our cowboy hats

    There’s really nothing more to say

    That girl can make you want to stay

    2 AnswersPerforming Arts6 years ago
  • Tear Jerking poem comments?

    Little darling don’t you cry

    I see that teardrop in your eye

    Mommy had to go away

    But maybe she’ll come back someday

    Things just happen at our age

    And sometimes it is just a stage

    Things that we will soon regret

    But we never will forget

    Your mom and I we had a fight

    In front of you it wasn’t right

    So daddy’s staying home today

    Somehow I just can't go away

    Let's make a plan to spend our day

    I should work but anyway

    Now to the park we shall go

    I'll show our bond so u will know

    We’ll climb a mountain way up high

    Way up closer to God's golden sky

    At the top we’ll make a pact

    That once a week we will come back

    3 AnswersPoetry10 years ago
  • Reposted A leap of love comments?

    She made a promise to her mother

    To learn to dance just like no other

    But she could feel it in her vision

    To never make one bad decision

    You see her mom had done a move so daring

    And found the floor was not so sparing

    Now she’s slightly paralyzed

    Her dream is done unrealized

    Well as time went by a new contest

    Her daughter vowed to be the best

    She felt her mother watching her

    Praying old events will not occur

    But she glided to that very move

    And did the leap and found her groove

    Then like Fred Astaire did with a broom

    She danced the floor and swept that room

    Then in her ears there came a roar

    The votes were in a perfect score

    And to all the others who had tried

    With that leap of love they were denied

    1 AnswerPoetry10 years ago
  • Comments on my poem, Jack and Jill?

    Jack and Jill went up a hill to fetch a pail of water

    Things got pretty hot up there and soon they had a daughter

    Jill was always telling him that she was on the pill

    But she hadn't taken it the night before the hill

    Jill's dad got really mad and went to buy a gun

    But Jack and Jill had stole his car and the three are on the run

    It's getting pretty hard for them no money for the gas

    And now he's hearing rumors there's a bounty on his ***

    Now Jack is young and full of it so he has no fear

    But that could soon be changing with that cop upon his rear

    So he yells to Jill to hold on tight as they go down this dip

    Then he gave a turn around a curve and gave that cop the slip

    Jill yells out that with that move now you don't seem so caring

    And you'd better get me somewhere soon, cause she wet what she is wearing

    Then Jack yells out that it's her fault, that it has turned to this

    Cause she had always promised him that no pill she'd miss

    Then Jill told Jack you know us women always want a baby

    Jack you never told me no, remember you said maybe

    Then Jill told Jack that it is time for both of them to leave

    Cause as this child gets older Jack, she looks like your friend Steve

    3 AnswersPoetry10 years ago
  • My poem, If roses grow in heaven comments?

    If roses grow in heaven

    Please lord, send me down eleven

    For I have one that I found

    That is perfect, nice and round

    I found it down this trail

    When some birds began to wail

    They were guiding me along

    By the rhythm of their song

    Well they led me to this spot

    Was it fate, or was it not

    And I surely had to say

    That it was my lucky day

    Then I found it near a weed

    Where you surely placed the seed

    And from the morning dew

    It got its moisture and it grew

    But the day was getting late

    And I thanked you for my fate

    And if in heaven there’s a vase

    Can you send it to my place

    2 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • A creepy poem comments?

    In the woods I hear beeping

    I feel behind me people creeping

    Are these people I am feeling

    Can they be real or am I dreaming?

    So I turn round, and I start staring

    But all I see is moonlight glaring

    Then my body slowly quivers

    Breaking out, in all out shivers

    These strange sounds that I am hearing

    Closely by and near that clearing

    I hear a howl and then a pause

    Just like somehow it had a cause

    So I give out an evil blast

    For ten seconds it did last

    It was like a curling yell

    Who evers out there go to hell

    Well I can't believe what I am seeing

    A young couple surely fleeing

    They are scared much more then me

    They left their clothes there on a tree

    4 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • My The gifter performer poem comments?

    As I sit here at the bar

    While she plays her new guitar

    I wonder how she’ll leave this place

    Her purse is surely full of mace

    She looks at me, and she does say

    Can I play your song today

    I think it sorta goes likes this

    Just give me time to reminisce

    Her voice is sharp and crystal clear

    The kind you really want to hear

    And when that gal begins to wail

    She sounds just like a nightingale

    She packs the place on Monday night

    She spurs the crowd with shear delight

    And she really has a look

    That you can’t find, in no book

    As we dance around those barroom mats

    We hold onto our cowboy hats

    There’s really nothing more to say

    That girl can make you want to stay

    3 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • My Poem The gifted young poet comments?

    One day I tried to write a song

    But all the words they came out wrong

    I got so mad I threw my pen

    I don’t know when I’ll try again

    I tried so hard some lines to share

    But all the words they go no where

    Seems all these lines from a thought

    To write them down its all for not

    Oh what the hell, there’s more to do

    For my pen and me, for now we’re through

    I’ll go outside, and ride my bike

    And to the park and then I’ll hike

    And there I found a big rock wall

    With scribbles there for one and all

    I said some thoughts that kind to mind

    Then someone calls me from behind

    A kid says if you are a poet

    From what I hear no one would know it

    So I read his lines as best I could

    With misspelled words this kid is good

    How could someone half my age

    Be that good command a stage

    And then he left, as fast he came

    Like rhyming words was just a game

    I come back every now and then

    Hoping we meet up again

    I leave some lines for him to see

    He changes them, he sets them free

    1 AnswerPoetry1 decade ago
  • The Underground Railroad comments?

    Tice David's a name, you will now know

    From Kentucky he tried, to make Ohio

    With his Master behind, not loosing site

    Just a river to cross, then hide in the night

    He then disappeared and no one would tell where

    He now smelt how sweet, was freedoms night air

    And from that time, his story was told

    That somehow he found an underground road

    And from that day, a phrase formed their plight

    An Under Ground Railroad, was named for that night

    These trains had no course or a set track

    These parcels just knew, what lies to their back

    Now Levi was penned as the rails President

    Because 2,000 stayed at his residence

    They all had some names for who carried the cause

    But they just really cared, that's just what is was

    But don't think this train was buried back then

    All over this world it is born again

    Wherever it's needed these wheels will still role

    Some wanted North, and some now want Seoul

    3 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • My Poem I saw her lying there, comments?

    I saw her lying in despair

    Her face is hidden by her hair

    With teardrops flowing from her eyes

    I feel her sorrow as she cries

    Her pain is pounding deep inside

    She wipes those tears she tries to hide

    Her life is coming to an end

    Her broken heart she can not mend

    He told me that I was his life

    And that soon I’d be his wife

    What kind of man could be that way

    To just leave me in disarray

    I don’t know what I could have done

    He told me now I was no fun

    He said the years though have been great

    But lately I’ve gained too much weight

    So I told her that if she would stand

    I would gladly take her by the hand

    I’ll show you what this man can do

    To help you through and be brand new

    I’ll help you to move along

    And day by day you will be strong

    And in the end I found a way

    Together twenty years, since that day

    4 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • My wife thinks I cheated?

    My wife just came home with a look in her eye

    Like if her looks could sure kill, I'll be dead where I lie

    She said I've heard rumors about you last night

    I really don't know, but her look just aint right

    She says I am not stupid because I am blond

    I am smart for my years, and probably beyond

    Last night you came home and your clothes had a smell

    I went drinking with friends, and spilled one oh well

    It wasn't the drinking that is making her mad

    She talked to a woman who she thinks I had

    She said she was there, but her memory has faded

    You all did some shots and flirtations were traded

    I laughed till I cried when I heard what she said

    That got her quite mad with her face now turned red

    You think I was there to have an affair

    It all came about from a drunken friends dare

    One guy offered fifty to see what she'd say

    If he could just have her, and have his way

    She said he is ugly and thinks he is queer

    And said if he wants her, she need more then beer

    So he bought the table pitchers and shots

    And after some maybes its now turned to nots

    Then she said to me I'll give him a chance

    If you get on the floor, for just one slow dance

    She then suddenly asked if I'd like a feel

    I told her my friends think, they can't be real

    She then turned to my friends and hollered this out

    Just one dollar for feels, to disprove that doubt

    Then all through that bar the men got in line

    And each one said real, time after time

    Well I guess I was tempted but nothing is free

    After I lent all my last buck, I had none left for me

    3 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago
  • A lesson from my sister?

    When we were so young, and very carefree

    We shared all our thoughts, on what we might be

    We played make believe with all of our toys

    We all had some fun, we were just all young boys

    We all played outdoors, we liked the outside

    We played hide and seek, be the best one to hide

    We played with our bats, until it was fall

    Then we traded that game, now its football

    Then there was sis, who had a dollhouse

    On one rainy day, we stuck in a mouse

    We all were so wrong, my sis had no fright

    She put her dukes up, she wanted to fight

    I hid my forehead, with my baseball cap liner

    So no one would know, that she gave me a shiner

    Looks are deceiving, I’ve heard them say

    It took on more meaning, on that dreary day

    4 AnswersPoetry1 decade ago