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Control Freak (Poem) by Terry Collett - [236 words]
The Red Sky by Saranjit Bhambra four verse poem [20 words]
The Greater Hope by Hans S Lillegard poem about hope [185 words]
Tales From A Cornpone
Shes There by Randy W Fuchs Ii love [115 words]
Schoolboys Will. by Terry Collett - [189 words]
Remembering An Aunt. by Terry Collett - [156 words]
Rag Week. by Terry Collett - [181 words]
One Day You'll Know by Luke Mahossal A Lesson in Life [53 words]
No Muse For Henmeyer. by Terry Collett - [319 words]
New Dawn. by Terry Collett - [51 words]
My Nan by Saranjit Bhambra these are a few of my poem about my nan... which l want to keep as memorie.... [60 words]
Mind Session. by Terry Collett - [116 words]
Matthew Knows by Terry Collett - [81 words]
Mario's Wife. by Terry Collett - [112 words]
Lucia Has Beauty. by Terry Collett - [208 words]
Love Of Jasmine. by Terry Collett - [222 words]
Logart's Date. by Terry Collett - [273 words]
Kersty's Hellhole. by Terry Collett - [207 words]
Kentril's Job. by Terry Collett - [205 words]
Just Like Louise Brooks. by Terry Collett - [222 words]
Its Over Now by Katherine Smith I sold my soul to a man that I was to be married to next month, after three years we finally split... [251 words]
It Was That by Da Ash it was that [93 words]
Ingrid Smokes Pot. by Terry Collett - [258 words]
I Forgot by D A Ash the death of a friend [84 words]
I Do Not Wonder On Death At Darkest Night by Grace Gruendel Villanelle [169 words]
Henry Watching Girls. by Terry Collett - [168 words]
Gorstom's Turn. by Terry Collett - [272 words]
Francis In The Refectory. by Terry Collett - [205 words]
Drunk As Shit by D A Ash fuck you [108 words]
Dreams Of Her. by Terry Collett - [263 words]
Death And The Watching Of. by Terry Collett - [164 words]
Cell Phone Conversation by Terry Collett - [310 words]
And Even Though by D A Ash yes [76 words]
Who Is Mother. by Terry Collett - [388 words]
The Putting On Of Stockings. by Terry Collett - [281 words]
That Kind Of Poetry. by Terry Collett - [223 words]
Stradler Loves. by Terry Collett - [173 words]
Starying With The Stolucks. by Terry Collett - [297 words]
Reading Between Lines. by Terry Collett - [244 words]
Preparing For Petros. by Terry Collett - [397 words]
One Of Your Heads. by Terry Collett - [251 words]
One Of The Crowd by Terry Collett - [249 words]
Nine-Volt Lick by Joseph D Smith Have you ever licked a nine-volt battery? Tee-hee! [12 words]
Mother Loved Eddie. by Terry Collett - [178 words]
Living With Ghosts. by Terry Collett - [254 words]
His Head In Her Lap. by Terry Collett - [213 words]
He And Clara Bow. by Terry Collett - [193 words]
Girl At Salvation Hall. by Terry Collett - [305 words]
Either Or. by Terry Collett - [230 words]
Edgehill On The Bridge. by Terry Collett - [282 words]
Dunne Buttons Up. by Terry Collett - [179 words]
Dulwiser Does. by Terry Collett - [182 words]
Considerations. by Terry Collett - [242 words]
Burning Bridges. by Terry Collett - [354 words]
Baby's Last Kick. by Terry Collett - [189 words]
Autumn's Grief. by Terry Collett - [173 words]
Augustine Reflects. by Terry Collett - [153 words]
Words In Motion. by Terry Collett - [113 words]
Without Answer. by Terry Collett - [196 words]
Waiting For Finbar. by Terry Collett - [253 words]
Unforgettable. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [208 words]
Tumhein Zindage Ke Naye Ik Kitab Perhne Hay by Sadaf Shahab Parinday gher ko na laotein to ankh bher aaye Shafaq falak pa na ph... [346 words]
Something Said. by Terry Collett - [254 words]
She Always Spoke. by Terry Collett - [180 words]
Remembering Mrs Scrawlbucket. by Terry Collett - [196 words]
Queen Of Bruising. by Terry Collett - [272 words]
No More Of That. by Terry Collett - [269 words]
Like Joe Stalin. by Terry Collett - [207 words]
Kiss Of Kisses. by Terry Collett - [236 words]
Kids In Phone Booths. by Terry Collett - [210 words]
In Session. by Terry Collett - [260 words]
His Father Said. by Terry Collett - [277 words]
Hazel Ponders. by Terry Collett - [379 words]
Forget Randal. by Terry Collett - [224 words]
Field Of Summer Roses by Shelby Ann Sa Witts This Poem is about life and how it is never really that easy [68 words]
Dunne's Temptation. by Terry Collett - [324 words]
Dream Lover. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [292 words]
Don't Forget To Write. by Terry Collett - [294 words]
Cynthia Likes To by Terry Collett - [146 words]
Country Music. (Poem) by Terry Collett - [199 words]
Bobby Soxer Crowfisher. by Terry Collett - [280 words]
Amelia Waits by Terry Collett - [165 words]
Always Thus. by Terry Collett - [65 words]

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TITLE (EDIT)
Tales From A Cornpone
DESCRIPTION
Boom....shake shake it, shake shake it!
[122 words]
TITLE KEYWORD
Erotic
AUTHOR
Little Johnny
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
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[June 2011]
AUTHOR'S OTHER TITLES (3)
Another Face Poem (Poetry) What we choose to remember will form the person we are in life. Remember the negative and be miserable or try to enjoy what little time we have and file it under the good times [66 words] [Adventure]
Digital Electro Face (Poetry) Robotic.....exotica [205 words]
You'll Never Be Famous (Poetry) Trying out another writting style [133 words] [History]
Tales From A Cornpone
Little Johnny

Dear diary I stole from sis
Break open the lock from the top
Whats this?
She has fine penmanship and smooth thin lines
Giggle giggle
THATS! where she dines
Maybe now a secret trip out late at night
Chase her down
Hide in the bush, give her a fright
Ha ha!
Maybe read on, find who her man is
Or who's she's dissed
When she finds this poonjam out
She's gonna be pissed
Can't let her see how her book is all torn up
Gotta find a way,somehow today
To mess this room up
How's bout a match and some gas-o-line,
a knife, disaster run a muck
Heh heh, the garden hose
a flood in her room
Yeah buddy! She's gonna need more than a broom!
Need some dish liquid to whip up some foam
Oh shit, too late she's already home!

 

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© 2011 Little Johnny
STORYMANIA PUBLICATION DATE
May 2011
NUMBER OF TIMES TITLE VIEWED
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