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    I almost forgot the next line
    I've probably drunk too much wine
    I did not use a glass,
    But a shoe, so alas
    Its flavor was hardly divine.


    When you drink from a dirty old shoe
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    When you drink from a dirty old shoe
    There's not much else you won't do

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    When you drink from a dirty old shoe
    There's not much else you won't do
    Like eating roadkill
    Inspiration can be as destructive as any other form of fire.

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    When you drink from a dirty old shoe
    There's not much else you won't do
    Like eating roadkill
    Or swallowing Trill (bird feed)
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    When you drink from a dirty old shoe
    There's not much else you won't do
    Like eating roadkill
    Or swallowing Trill (bird feed)
    Or smearing your biscuits with glue.

    The life of the party I'm not


    "Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens." -- William Beveridge

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    The life of the party I'm not
    So I nap when I bring my own cot



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    The life of the party I'm not
    So I nap when I bring my own cot.
    When I leave it at home

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    The life of the party I'm not
    So I nap when I bring my own cot.
    When I leave it at home
    with my toothbrush and comb
    Some of my previously published poems are now on PoemHunter CDSinex

    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    The life of the party I'm not
    So I nap when I bring my own cot.
    When I leave it at home
    with my toothbrush and comb
    I just have to snooze on the spot.



    A young Roman soldier called Rex

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    A young Roman soldier called Rex
    had muscles that he liked to flex
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    Clay is molded to make a vessel, but the utility of the vessel lies in the space where there is nothing. Lao Tzu (c. 601~ 531 B.C.E.)

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    A young Roman soldier called Rex
    had muscles that he liked to flex
    His arms were so ripped
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    A young Roman soldier called Rex
    had muscles that he liked to flex
    His arms were so ripped
    That you'd get fat-lipped



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    A young Roman soldier called Rex
    had muscles that he liked to flex
    His arms were so ripped
    That you'd get fat-lipped
    If you stood too close while he wrote checks


    I knocked over a bucket of fish guts
    Inspiration can be as destructive as any other form of fire.

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    I knocked over a bucket of fish guts
    While admiring how charmingly Trish struts
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    I knocked over a bucket of fish guts
    While admiring how charmingly Trish struts
    She turned and giggled

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    I knocked over a bucket of fish guts
    While admiring how charmingly Trish struts
    She turned and giggled
    And her boobies jiggled


    "Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens." -- William Beveridge

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    I knocked over a bucket of fish guts
    While admiring how charmingly Trish struts
    She turned and giggled
    And her boobies jiggled
    But she wouldn't allow me my wish. Nuts!


    The problem with limerick rhyming
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    The problem with limerick rhyming
    Is that it's as tough as rock climbing


    "Ignorance is an evil weed, which dictators may cultivate among their dupes, but which no democracy can afford among its citizens." -- William Beveridge

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    The problem with limerick rhyming
    Is that it's as tough as rock climbing
    But follow the rules
    Sweepings from the Factory Floor a new volume of poems available now at https://www.feedaread.com/profiles/10661/

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    The problem with limerick rhyming
    Is that it's as tough as rock climbing
    But follow the rules
    Bad rhymes are for fools
    Laura

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    The problem with limerick rhyming
    Is that it's as tough as rock climbing
    But follow the rules
    Bad rhymes are for fools
    And so is bad rhythm and timing


    Janine likes to shimmy and shake

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    Janine likes to shimmy and shake
    And knows how to make her legs quake
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    Janine likes to shimmy and shake
    And knows how to make her legs quake
    She is 23 stone
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    Janine likes to shimmy and shake
    And knows how to make her legs quake
    She is 23 stone
    Much fat on the bone!



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    Janine likes to shimmy and shake
    And knows how to make her legs quake
    She is 23 stone
    Much fat on the bone!
    And leaves many heads turned in her wake

    Whenever the power goes out

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