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Poems About: FUN

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  • 325.
    Call me what you want

    Call me what you want,
    You can push me around,
    Make fun of me,
    Call me names, read more »

    Jennifer Rondeau
  • 326.
    The Drunk

    I wasn’t always a drunk
    Once I was a child - a little girl
    Who wanted love
    Which she found - in a bottle read more »

    Elizabeth Russell
  • 327.
    In Memory of Mark Pfleger

    To a wonderful guy, who always had a smile and big beautiful eyes
    His bike that he treasured, just like all of his friends
    You know, he's happy now. He was happy then.
    We had fun in the water, we had fun in the sun read more »

    Debra Persinger
  • 328.
    Country Boys

    Harvesting and gleaning
    Down on the farm
    Bean and pea picking
    Strengthens the arm read more »

    Edward Baker
  • 329.
    Tours For Seniors

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    Ruth Glass
  • 330.
    I'm Not Lonely

    I'm not lonely
    I've got lots of funs
    I will run to fling knife
    to the right point to kill the kite read more »

    Babette Teeth
  • 331.

    The cold breeze the smell in the air the cold is comming we
    know its time for are favorite holiday
    we get ready read more »

    Morgan Ederer
  • 332.

    The man with strong power and energetic
    Once with pleasure you came to meet me
    Hours and hours passed by
    That afternoon untill five o'clock I got back read more »

    Babette Teeth
  • 333.
    As an opposit forever

    what exactly happens
    that brought me totally from happiness
    Why not pick up someone on the road to replace the opposit
    Of the beauty to be commented on read more »

    Babette Teeth
  • 334.

    what is up with this
    what is up with it
    no how read more »

    Jason Leigh
  • 335.

    Fishing off the dock
    skimming a flat rock
    Diving in for fun
    Holidays have begun read more »

    David Darbyshire
  • 336.
    The Good Lord Watches Over Poets And Fools

    The good Lord watches over poets and fools
    Not exactly one of life’s little rules
    Now which one do I happen to be?
    Give me a minute and you shall see read more »

    Mary Ryan
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