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In this free verse poem, we find out what is the main problem Dilbert happens to have with his own boss. Read More

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The author uses this etheree poem to point out what he thinks of Monty Python's Argument Clinic sketch. Read More

Poem / Fan Fiction

September 28, 2018

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This double etheree poem is from the point of view of the grown up daughter of Han Solo and Princess Leia and takes place long after 'Return Of The Jedi'. Read More

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In this poem, the author tells us that he wishes to be a certain starship captain like in Star Trek... and why. Read More

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This free verse poem shows us what Betty Cooper enjoys letting Archie Andrews do to her. Read More

Poem / Fan Fiction

August 25, 2018

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This clerihew poem is about a certain Warner Brothers cartoon character who quacks. Read More

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This nonet poem is my way of honoring the late Charlotte Rae (04/22/1926 - 08/05/2018). Read More

#death, #life, #sad, #misc, #nonet

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This tanka poem happens to be Bugs Bunny telling us the main reason why he lets himself become a human being. Read More

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This nonet poem is from the point of view of an ant after The Ant And The Aardvark cartoon entitled 'Science Friction'. Read More

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Comments: 1

Shelves: 1

This double etheree poem is from the point of view of the Batman's Number One archnemesis.. the Joker. Read More
This nonet poem is from the point of view of a character that John Astin played in an episode of Night Gallery entitled 'Pamela's Voice'. Read More

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This etheree poem happens to be what a true comic book fan feels that both Batman and Catwoman should really do. Read More

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Shelves: 1

This etheree poem is one comic book fan's way of expressing his opinion on the possible ending of Batman Vol. 3 No. 50. Read More
A man is using this poem to let us know where a picture that he's looking at should belong in. Read More
This sedoka poem is about how willing Mary Jane Watson is to keep on loving Peter Parker... even if he is Spider-Man. Read More

Reads: 55

Comments: 1

The clerihew poem is actually about Norman Bates, a character that Anthony Perkins had once played in Psycho (1960). Read More