Category Archives: Funny Poetry
It’s time I showcased another one of the poems that has been submitted to TAPP. This one has been written by Laura MacDonald from Canada. I took the liberty of providing the above doodle to accompany Laura’s words. Hopefully she … Continue reading
commuting daily – getting stressed out to the max get home of an evening …and relax… working like a dog – earning wages, paying tax thank god for the weekend …and relax… working in the garden, cutting trees down with … Continue reading
half his age and nearly twice his height pretty as a picture but none too bright he loves her open arms (and legs) – his “tart” spread-eagled on his sports-car’s bonnet she likes him for his open mind … Continue reading
Sometime ago, I posted a comment, in the form of a limerick on CP Singleton’s blog in response to his poem The man who sings real loud. I’d forgotten all about it until I got a wordpress notification that my … Continue reading
Announcing your arrival in a high-pitch buzzing-tone. As a tactic for survival, you’re seldom on your own. Red lumps display where you have been. Often felt, though rarely seen. But if I catch a glimpse of you, my … Continue reading
I don’t care what the experts say, sleep is such elusive prey, except when I’m at work. But hey… …can’t sleep at night, so I crash in the day.