Category Archives: nonsense

Awesome  now means  medium at best

Rubbish is  just something we don’t need Or something  not worth mending   we believe Where nonsense may be foolish talk or jest Or English humour at its lethal best There is no Judge, it’s people who decide Whether it is … Continue reading

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What is nonsense in the modern age?

To write nonsense one   must think it first Then translate thought into a  little verse But what is nonsense in the modern age? The more I hear, the more I feel enraged. Yet Lewis Carrol made a lot of notes … Continue reading

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What nonsense

Writing nonsense is extremely hard Writing rubbish verses can annoy Nonsense has some style, some meaning too Gyre and gimble till the spies  find you Read aloud it makes me laugh and cry Borogroves are woods where mancipes die Wabe … Continue reading

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I don’t like  the odour of your shoes

I am good and you are evil now I decide and you must  just agree I am  your superior and how! I must be the bull and you are cows You are blind but I can truly see I am … Continue reading

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Cured in hell

My doctor diagnosed me so well The pharmacist sent me to Hell The heat cured my joints Despite devilish taunts So we’re off for a weekend in Rhyl The doctor  has grown a new beard He looks more mature than … Continue reading

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Mary meets her neighbours

Sitting on the high backed,v Ercol sofa  in the large sitting room of her new neighbours Tom and Edina, Mary sipped at the PG Tips tea she had been given in a pseudo-art deco mug.The tea tasted pseudo as well! … Continue reading

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All I do for IPSO Mori

Someone rang me last week saying they were from IPSO Mori They are doing a survey.They want   me to write down everything I do for either a week or  a month I wonder what they mean by “everything” I was … Continue reading

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Their lover wants a burglar to alarm

How sad I think of washing the bed sheets When my partner  holds me in his arms Instead of kissing me  he   might well shout Do I get more pleasure as I sleep Dreaming of a Bendix  and its charms~ … Continue reading

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Ye olde limerick

I once like to make apple tarts I was never much good throwing darts To add some confusion I had a delusion That life can be lived as an Art I like making quiche  while at home The smell of … Continue reading

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Where is paranoia on my sat nav?

Why have you not got schizophrenia? Because it wasn’t on the shopping list Why  the panic? No, it’s  a punnet  I want some nutter Do you mean butter?’ When I say nutter I mean it Do stop knattering What is … Continue reading

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How is this?

An unusual image by Mike Flemming 2020 Copyright I have got more and more incontinent. Do stop admiring Europe Why do the government tell us to eat more fruit and veg? To help evacuate the Common Market from our bodies … Continue reading

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A million kindle fires

Do you think my house should be rewired? Should I enlarge my kitchen,go for broke I have got a hundred kindle fires I wonder  why I cannot be a liar I have  got less faith  but still I hope Do … Continue reading

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