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Hormones and rhyming dictionaries seem to go together. Let's celebrate this by publishing the poems you wrote as a teenager.

(, Thu 11 Aug 2005, 14:49)
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When I am a mother
I wrote this when I was 10, and it is now out there on the vast intermeweb for some reason, I did a google search to find it:

When I am a mother,
I will wear a green hat
And a heavy blue coat to go with.
When I am a mother
I will wear a long skirt
And a scarf with holes like a sieve.
I will say to my daughter,
When she's ready for school,
Stay in bed all the day
And that is a rule!
I will pack up her lunch-box,
And her lunch, well a treat,
Toenail cocktail and lizard's feet.
When she goes out the door,
I will shout after her,
Remember my girl,
To make faces at sir.
And when she has gone,
When I've fixed all the chips,
I will go out on long
expensive shopping trips.
I will race with my sister,
My trolley in hand,
Not really caring,
Where jars and tins land.
If my daughter has homework,
I will tell her soon,
Do not do your homework,
Just do it at school!
I would have a mobile phone
(one trusty, mind you)
So my daughter could ring me
When I wasn't at home.
A normal life I've chosen, you see
For I don't want to act
(, Thu 18 Aug 2005, 12:21, Reply)
Well, the only one I can remember from my youth is...
There was a necrophiliac named Jeremy
Who said to his mates, "Will you bury me?
Cos I can't get a wiff
Of a willing young stiff
So I might as well wank in the cemetery."
(, Thu 18 Aug 2005, 11:49, Reply)
I'm in work
So I don't have any of my teenage poetry and I can't remember any of it, but it would have been like this ...

My orange juice,
Says it's,
'With bits',
I hope that it's,
Not bits,
Of cheese.
(, Thu 18 Aug 2005, 10:55, Reply)
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