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a gift for larry lark  cadmium  26 Aug 16 2:23PM Thread Closed

i'm giving larry lark a gift. i'm going to stay off posting here ( i'm not going to post anything here ) until February. that's 6 months i think.

i don't post ever as unknown, and i'll do nothing here to affect how the site goes.

i'll keep my current poetry on the site. and, i'll sometimes look at the site to see who's doing what with actual poetry writing. some people here do do that... write poetry, i mean.

re: a gift for larry lark  PollyReg  26 Aug 16 5:33PM Thread Closed

Bye Bye Cadders. Take Care.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  27 Aug 16 12:42AM Thread Closed

Farewell, my dear Isyllus.
What pains you leave behind.
Those moments of your greatness.
The faults of those so blind.

re: a gift for larry lark  larrylark  28 Aug 16 4:45AM Thread Closed

I think that's a jolly good idea old sport. A man of your high octane performance need to stop and re fuel from time to time. Being the grand old age i am however i cannot afford to have any time off as it might be starting to run out. so I'll keep on posting....I'm sure you won't mind. If you want me to put you down for wind down classes i will do. Better than being wound up.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  28 Aug 16 10:44PM Thread Closed

Ah! the arthritic lark croaks on
Without a chirp of glee.
What sadness is the lily-white.
The thought that soon may be.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  29 Aug 16 2:05AM Thread Closed

Cad is far away
each dog will have its day
He's chewed his bone
now home alone
and won't come out to play.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  29 Aug 16 2:08AM Thread Closed

Alas poor cadmium thou hast shot yon bolt
You had good bits but also faults
Thou layeth rusty on the ground
and not one crossbow can be found.

Gary Gadzooks

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  29 Aug 16 6:25AM Thread Closed

Ah! the arthritic Mor croaks on
Without a chirp of glee.
What sadness is the lily-white.
The thought that soon may be.

Mor is far away
each dog will have its day
He's chewed his bone
now home alone
and won't come out to play.

Alas poor Mor thou hast shot yon bolt
You had np good bits, it was all faults
Thou layeth rusty on the ground
and not one crossbow can be found.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  29 Aug 16 6:25AM Thread Closed

Ah! the arthritic Mor croaks on
Without a chirp of glee.
What sadness is the lily-white.
The thought that soon may be.

Mor is far away
each dog will have its day
He's chewed his bone
now home alone
and won't come out to play.

Alas poor Mor thou hast shot yon bolt
You had no good bits, it was all faults
Thou layeth rusty on the ground
and not one crossbow can be found.

re: a gift for larry lark  unknown  29 Aug 16 1:05PM Thread Closed

The manic mind is back again.
What evil thought besets her.
To frame what’s known as fat ass jenn.
With pictures of  her Weiner.

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