That’s for me to know, and you to find out – A Poem

Where have you put the fire extinguisher?

The oven’s been playing up lately,

It should be moved to the kitchen

If we want to live more safely.

That’s for me to know, and you to find out.

 

I’m late for my hospital appointment,

Where did you put the car key?

If I’m too late, I will have to pay a fee.

That’s for me to know, and you to find out.

 

My favourite song is on the radio,

Where is my hearing aid?

It is not very often

That I hear it being played.

That’s for me to know, and you to find out.

 

Tangled – A Poem

Tangled amongst the sheets

With your tongue, you lick my nose.

I use my foot to scratch your leg

And feel your unshaven hair between my toes.

 

Sometimes you can be a bit fierce –

Why? I’ve got no clue.

But the best thing about us

Is that we never argue.

 

Sometimes you bite me a bit hard,

But I will still love you till the end.

They were not lying when they said

That “a dog is a man’s best friend”.

Evening Wear – A Poem/Short Story

It’s time to prepare my evening wear,

Because tonight I’m going to the fair.

I’m going to the fair with Claire.

We hope to buy a mare at the fair.

 

Me and Claire share an ice-cream at the fair,

But I drop some on my evening wear.

That is when I notice a long tear

In the area that covers my underwear!

However when opening the tear,

I realise that I am bare under there!

And then again to my despair,

I realise that I am actually in my day wear!

 

It is now time to go home from the fair

From which we never found a mare.

 

Upon entering my house,

I find my underwear and evening wear

Draped over the chair

At the top of the stair!

My Handle – A Poem

Out there it is

For all to see,

Unique as a fingerprint

And personal to me.

 

Even though I usually only post one poem a week, this was a short one, so I thought why not?! 😀