The Death Of Sir Arthur Davidson
It was an absolutely dreadful day
when, at first light
Sir Arthur Davidson had passed away.... more »
The Deluge From Heaven
The little girl
She had been... more »
The Dental Gummibird
A gummibird sat in the mouth
of a rhinocerus, down South.
He picked between the teeth and gum
removing every little crumb... more »
I sit by your pillow and watch you sleep,
sit straight as a willow, and ready to weep.
Your poor chest is heaving,
the doctors are leaving.... more »
The Devil's Cousin
In case you people do not know
don't say I did not tell you so.
The devil has a nasty cousin
who fathered, by himself, a dozen... more »
The Devil's Spark
They used to laugh about
that inconvenience of the spark
of static electricity, that zapped
without announcing its intention.... more »
The Diet Book
Matilda sat in her recliner
and read a book called Diet Diner.
A guru stopped her on the street
when she was buying food to eat.... more »
One meets a woman and surmises
that she would harbour great surprises.
Two towers stand in still attention
the other features we won't mention.... more »
The Doctor As A Teacher
From under light pink silken gown
arose, his silly face a grin
Rudolph the red-nose circus clown
and asked about a nip of gin.... more »
They called him colourful
for various, salient reasons.
A renegade by birth,
a master of all seasons.... more »
The Donkey Survives
A donkey who was old and daft
fell into a deep mining shaft.
The farmer heard the donkey's cries
and when the sun rose in the skies... more »
The Double Helix
The double helix, yes.
Talking genomes here,
all are four letter words,... more »
There once was a girl from DeSoto,
she had nothing of value, in toto.
So she spread herself thin
sent an envelope in,... more »
The Dual Priest
And here I am, you thankless whore
I have been with you once before
you may not be the lowest scum
I may not look, to you, the bum.... more »
The Dying Room
A light, its amber glow a fleeting thought,
shines through the drapes into the Dying Room.
They call it that, so unashamedly, as if to say
that we depart this earth upbeat and clutching life,... more »
The Easterbunny And Angie's Boy (Tit-For-Tat-Poem)
The Easterbunny came and laid
a dozen eggs, there, in the shade.
As Angie's son rolled out of bed
and to the Bunny he then said:... more »
The Egyptian Doctor
Mary B. could never come
tried for many hours,
took to drinking Bundy Rum
made from Sweetcane flowers.... more »
The Electric Chair
Through rusted, solid iron bars
I stare into the foreign sky
and wonder if there's life on Mars.
The nips have sentenced me to die.... more »
Not a whisper is heard
nor a shadow be seen.
When she gave me the word
it was vicious and lean.... more »
The End Of It All
And long before the dust had settled
he himself had vanished,
no sound had even vaguely
disturbed the morning as it rose.... more »
The End Of Lily Marlene
Lily Marlene was her name,
her voice a mix of love and smoke.
Me drawn to her like moths to flame
out on the sidewalk drunk and broke.... more »
The End Of North Korea's Plans
A fellow, sick with diarrhoea
was ruler over North Korea.
One hand was wiping his pale ass
the other held the phone, his brass... more »
The End Of Robert
The doctor said 'now listen Bob,
your illness is the serious kind,
and when I turn this silver knob
on your machine you soon will find... more »
The End Of The Cat
Once there was a little bitty,
Persian cat named Nittigritty,
did not hunt for mice or rats
yawned when faced with flying bats,... more »
The End Of The Four Deceivers
Four men, all strangers sat and drank
hot cider near a river's bank.
There was, in leather, with goatee
a skinny lad called H I V.... more »