Limerick Poems About Farewell | Farewell Limerick Poems
Poem Details | by Duke Beaufort |
Categories: appreciation, conflict, death, funny,

at the bitter end

It’s my deathbed piano sonata 
Fond farewell I say to a lotta 
Note: At door there’s a fist-- 
A bouncer with the list 
Of any persona non grata  

Author's Note: This was inspired by my neighbor Lilian We were talking the other day about dying and the fact that certain relatives would not be welcome at the party--the ones who have been nothing but trouble in life Can't we at least enjoy our own demise?

Poem Details | by James Horn |
Categories: allegory, analogy,

In One Spot Concentrated

Thankyou And Farewell - Charmaine Chircop's Blog

In One Spot Concentrated

My poems in one spot are concentrated;
Should I either have waited or hesitated;
So to pass test,
What will be best?
Be put in other places I contemplated.

Jim Horn

Charmaine has her poems all over the place.
Her name reminds me of Charlemagne.

Poem Details | by Anna Hopper |
Categories: freedom,


If only, perhaps, I could wish it away
Ship it to nowhere, just a stowaway stray
No time for farewell 
Too late, gotta bail
And please don’t return on a sunshiny day