Category Archives: humor

I sniff   in wonder for it smells so gross

How like a prison is my cubicle The only company the  god-dammed ants No human voice,mere sounds funereal No-one to admire these woollen pants. My brassiere has not been washed for years I fear  detergents might take away this shape … Continue reading

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Stan gets visited by two lovely ladies

Stan was standing on a small step ladder washing his windows yet again with a clean blue microfibre and elastane cloth and some Windolene he had bought in Tesco’s I don’t know why I bother, he whispered to Emile, who as usual was watching from … Continue reading

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Please don’t melt away

You are my little icicle so please don’t melt away. I’ll keep you in my freezer and peep at you each day. And if that will not satisfy, I’ll put in more ice cubes. I can’t tell what sex they … Continue reading

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Old and dehydrated folk

  He put a new key in the ignition But  the orifice was damaged past derision So the car failed to start I felt grief in my heart Don’t say no plan came to fruition. The connection  for the radio … Continue reading

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Math lover

My love was so elliptical it passed Before the first one realised and grasped But now I prefer the straight lines to connect Or perhaps an obtuse angle I’ll bisect In truth, I  married mental furniture His mind was  parabolic … Continue reading

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Even if my major rhymes are slant

When I’ve just washed twenty pairs of pants A sonnet hardly seems the way to write Even if my major rhymes are slant I doubt if  it’s an  appropriate  new sight. As for cleaning drawers and pantaloons To even think … Continue reading

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Hebrew for the Chinese

http://home.btconnect.com/mike.flemming/   I am suffering from this man over here I think it’s  your manstruation again. How many bloody times do we have to have it? Have you brought some protection? 5  loaded guns and a box of super-large tampons I’m … Continue reading

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Cakes and fuzzy logic

  Mary had made a Christmas cake with marzipan but no white sugar icing.Stan was diabetic so she had opted for a middle way.Like some Zen Buddhists.You don’t either cut it completely nor have a 6-inch layer of icing.No, you find a … Continue reading

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I hope that you won’t  use me if you bake.

My heart  is cracked like almonds are in cakes Often  they are bought already  ground I hope that noone here intends to bake. I used to see small cakes with almond flakes In the days of pence, shillings, and pounds … Continue reading

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