Poems About: GOLF
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325.http: //www.vietnamdeluxetravel.com/vietnam/tours/nhung dinh thi hong
326.I Closed My Eyes
Last night I went to bed and closed my eyes
and found myself in a dream of how and whys.
I had entered a world that made no sense
giraffe’s had wings and flew with elephants. read more »Orlando Belo
327.Myself, Ego, Rooftop Restaurants and the Persian carpet
My Gabardine Coat, Necktie, Van Heusen shirt, Quadroy trouser
And the Dolce & Gabbana classic polished shoes
Like a mirror and I see my wrinkled face.
I take my meals in the Rooftop Restaurants read more »nimal dunuhinga
328.I Am The Very Model
I am the very model of a young octogenarian
I’ve been known to read more books than any old librarian
I speak the English language and a scosci bit of Japanese
I eat in fancy restaurants where the waiters know I tip with ease read more »Stanley Cooper
329.CUSHY CANADIAN CRIMINAL CARE
In Canada, we’re not allowed to have prisoners on death row,
Though its a place where legal-aid lawyers could make a lot of dough,
Because executions are not politically correct.
And bail is easy to get regardless of whose life was wrecked. read more »James Bredin
330.The Glorious Ways
Your brown body pulls me across the desert,
Just as desirable as the luck of the hares in your overgrown
You do this to me in your ways, swaying like the séance of read more »Robert Rorabeck
Thieves in the dark bosque, counting cards down
The eventual runoff of the ruddy mountains, and all of
Life clinging on,
Suckling at the tit of the water fountain, read more »Robert Rorabeck
332.041010d physical day for me
ole! freddy melted to the green
putting didn't work so as the swing
blame it on the back that is acting
or maybe pressure to be atop a game read more »Manonton Dalan
333.Time Is Not On My Side
Walking and talking have yet to come; crying and sleeping still prevail,
Now you can walk and talk and your parents beg you to stop, but to no avail.
School, sports, and friends occupy your time; sometimes it is hard to find some individuality,
It is time to settle down and start a family, your whole life becomes reality. read more »Drew Miller
334.Remarriage(A funny story)
Middle aged Santa and Jeeto were discussing life, and preparing wills. The conversation turned to remarriage...
Jeeto: If I should die first, will you remarry?
Santa: Probably, I wouldn`t like to spend the rest of my life alone.
Jeeto: Would you bring your new wife into our home that we have shared? read more »Edwin Drood
335.The Only Living Boy In Brum
Taking the train back homeward bound,
A poet with a suitcase in hand.
The people walk into me like I were a ghost,
They just can’t see beyond where they want to go, read more »Charlie F. Kane
Just a little while ago,
that bald African-American
who's sitting at the window booth, read more »Max Reif