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 Category:  Humor Poetry
  Posted: November 25, 2020      Views: 86

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My mother is 6 foot 8 tall - when she told me she wanted to suck my toes - well, I let her. Quite enjoyed it until I was 17 years old - then I married a manicurist.

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"A Messy Murder" by Bloomer Burbs
A bucket filled with faeces soup
served up by Rover in his special scoop.
Ice cream plopped on kitchen tops
and a toilet blocked with mouldy chops. 

Upstairs a bathroom blocked up with poo,
on the floor was brewing a deadly brew.
Inside the fridge reveals a minced up mouse
lying beside a skeletal grouse.

An attic stuffed with smelly pants
and Mable's replacement breast implants.  
In the corner of the room piled high 
a rubbish tip with maggots and flies.   

A garden crammed with dead birds and rats
and in the drains a bloated cat.

My cleaner died a year ago,
I miss him 'cause he was my beau.
But if you peak beneath my bed 
you'll see his duster and rotting head!


What A Mess! writing prompt entry

Writing Prompt
Write a poem about a mess! As long as your poem is about making a mess, or encorporates the topic of messes, anything goes. Creative approaches are welcomed. Contest voters will be asked to consider the topic when making a choice for a winner. Now let's get sloppy!


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My husband slept with the cleaner - what was I to do! Rover, my dog
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