A seahorse feels less alone (since it’s playing the saxophone).

Both of them have a similar form,
and the sax makes that seahorse feel cool and warm.

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In its 9/8/17 issue, the Milpitas Post published my poems “Snoring”, “Aluminum”, and “Wedding Themes”

(along with more poetry from the Peaceful Poets group that I moderate and proofread for). If there’s one quality or subject that is shared among the 3 poems, it might probably be the spirit of the third wheel and/or the underdog. Page 22 is where the poems are on.

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A vampire that’s made out of Legos should be called Bela Legosi.

This creature could be in a movie that people could go see.

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Spelunking: For that need to explore something, perhaps what is found will be stunning.

With a flashlight (and rope held tight), a caver might spot stalactite (or even graphite).
Wearing a helmet (in a cave) is to be more safe. Hopefully bats won’t attack; they must hibernate.
Cavers are not afraid to navigate (with flagging tape and a kit that has first aid).
If anyone gets trapped, hopefully they’ll escape (and with a map of what they surveyed).

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The word zoo may be misread as the number 200. Perhaps the first zoo had 200 animals,

and maybe that 200 is called zoo because it’s faster and easier than saying two hundred.

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Clown would not exist without the low and the ow.

Humor and/or horror are still relevant now.

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In a kitchen (and like a hungry kitten), a bewitchin’ vixen stirs the uplifting.

She’s cooking with her partner. He thanks her, and she thanks him
(for what they’re makin’, spicy like it’s Cajun).

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