My Word of the Month poem

Hi everyone,

Here’s my LINE inspired poem for August.

Lines

By David L. Harrison

Avoid a line
If it’s a crack
(Mustn’t break
Your mother’s back)
Don’t cross a line
On a double dare
A bee line
Is drawn in air
Lines on racing tracks
Are swervy
Lines on women
Make them curvy
Some lines divide
Couth from un-
A line dance
Is boots of fun
Some lines are hard
To read between
Some though there
Cannot be seen
String line prevents
A kite’s escape
Not recommended
For an ape
Liner when
Applied to eyes
Helps a girl
Romanticize
Cross some lines
And you can score
Sunburn lines
Will leave you sore
Lines on streets
Keep you in line
Crossing double
Line’s a fine
Chorus liners
Dance to show ‘em
Silly lines
Made up this poem.

21 comments on “My Word of the Month poem

  1. What lines of laughter!
    Yes, David the “boots of fun” is very original and unexpected. I loved pairing “eyes” with “romanticize” too. I was expecting “Guys” and what you’ve got is so much better.
    Congratulations on the perfect ending. Thanks for sharing your poem with us.

  2. See what you started, David, with your punning line!
    I couldn’t resist sharing some giggles, fresh from my latest google…

    “There was a man who entered a pun contest. He sent in ten different puns, in the hope that at least one of the puns would win. Unfortunately, no pun in ten did.”

    Cory

    • Good morning, Dear Taylor! I’m pleased that you enjoyed my poem. It was fun to write. Thank you for your comment. I appreciate it.

      David

    • Hello, Vikram, and thank you for coming by to check my Word of the Month poem. AND thanks for setting your comment to rhyme. Well done.

      David

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    • Hi Tina,

      Go to Adult W.O.M. Poems at the upper left side of my home page. Click on that, scroll to the bottom, and post your poem in the box to submit. I look forward to reading your poem.

      David

  4. Eek, I don’t know if I’ll make my WOM debut this month, but I’m definitely in for September. Love your poem, David. I’m so glad to have made your cowboy acquaintance, and to have discovered your blog so full of activity. BUT — is there no way to subscribe by email so I get your posts every day?

    • Thanks, Renee. I’m glad you like what you see. We do have fun around here. I know there’s a way to get the posts automatically but I don’t know how.

      Can someone else reading this please provide instructions? Thanks.

      David

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