Use this forum to post poetry that you have written. This is for getting comments and constructive feedback. This is for original, creative works. You must post the actual text, no links. Only one poem per topic please.
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Post by Usha+P » 04 Sep 2019, 21:02


Sparkle, sparkle spoon
Soup spoon as round as moon

Sparkle, sparkle fork
Four teeth to talk

Sparkle, sparkle spork
Mixture of spoon and fork.

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Post by Ben Moore » 05 Sep 2019, 02:04

This made me chuckle! What a fun poem!
'All bad poetry springs from genuine feeling' - Oscar Wilde
'Am reading more Oscar Wilde. What a tiresome, affected sod' - Noël Coward

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Post by nicole-adrianne » 13 Oct 2019, 21:27

I love this and want it engraved on my silver spork. Which, yes, I own.
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Post by Tchrjokes456 » 17 Jan 2020, 08:56

I feel like you need a superfan to send you odd gifts based off of your fun poems. But not in a creepy way; just a fun fan. This poem is fun and would work well as a contrast to poems with heavier themes in a collection. Thank you for sharing.

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