Twitter Poetry–Part 4

Today’s collection of poetry is built around a series of pictures I took during the day. The poems are still terrible, but at least you’ll have some photos to look at.  🙂


Everyone likes pictures, right?

& so this is my plot:

To show the pix I took today,

And ask which ones are hot.

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Please favorite the ones you like,

And just ignore the rest,

So when an hour or two has passed,

I’ll know which one is best.

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& every pic will have its poem

I saw a tree not far from home.

I took a pic to illustrate

how stories neer do run straight.

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Imagine my surprise

Looking in Diana’s eyes.

She is a Woman Wonder.

That look could put me under

Her control.

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This is not the letter S.

It’s a Kryptonian glyph,

And you should only wear it when

You do a super riff.

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I went into a comics store

And found an iron man.

They put him in a corner

Where he sat upon his can.

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If I only had a dollar

For every super bank,

I’d have enough to buy one

And put my money in it.

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He tried to duck & doge & hide.

He said he wasn’t ready.

I tried & tried & tried & tried

To photograph Fast Eddie.

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I love those secondary books

Inspired by a story.

To have this in a bookstore,

Must be George Martin’s glory.

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Long ago I used to buy

And read each fantasy I’d spy.

But now there are so many books

That all they get is passing looks.

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I’m a troll & it’s a tun-

Nel. Being in one is such fun.

Water splashes everywhere

But none of it gets in my hair.

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To the carwash I must go

Every other month or so.

I look goofy. I don’t care. This would make a groovy lair.

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And now my rhymes are ended.

I hope I made you smile.

I think I will play Hearthstone

And leave this Twitter stuff alone.


I like this page. It has more structure and coherence than the other Twitter poetry pages. If you like it too, please leave a poem in the comments.



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