Monthly Archives: July 2016

This Poem Is As Funny As You Are

Why did the [subject]

[action in past-tense]?

Because [satisfying irony],

But that’s just my two cents.

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Thank Very Much For Financial Consideration

If I were a Nigerian prince

With a million bucks to spare

I’d buy all the world’s balloons

To fill with mountain air,

Then withhold them from the peasants

Instead of sending cash to you

‘Cause that’s a dick decision

And it’s what dictatorial princes do.

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Watching Samuel Beckett






Yes, you really did pay money for this…




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The Wife And Mr. Chicken

No one warms my heart like you do,

For three minutes on medium heat.

Our families and neighbors judge us harshly

But I’m glad, to you, I’m just a piece of meat.

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Alas, I Have Succumbed 

I broke a lifelong promise

And I signed up for Twitter.

I did it without fireworks

And very little glitter.

I probably won’t post too much

But you never know.

May as well go follow me

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David Kappele @Daily_Travesty

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At Least They’re Gramatically Correct

Once again I’ve been so busy

Doing other things

That I struggle to write a poem

Before the new day rings.

I’d say the quality suffered

But to do so would be a sin

For these poems had no quality

With which to begin.

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Why There Are So Many Non-Christians

And on the seven-million-fourteenth day

The Christian God said “let there be

“An era of slow internet.”

No other explanation do I see.

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