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Death Poems About Mosquito

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Poem Details | by Sidney Beck |
Categories: death, insect,



Kind of a party, a get-together for friends,
Free wheeling, snacking here and there  -
You know how it goes.

Warm afternoon - moist - ideal weather:
Some of the guys had already dropped in,
More had said they were coming
Just before the rain;
There was a real buzz in the air
In the crowded kitchen.

She was a pretty woman, gentle-faced, quiet.
I had been after her  all afternoon  -
A touch on her arm, a nibble of her neck  -
Seems  I went too far - you know.

A rolled-up newspaper appeared in her hand.
It came down on my head.
The whack of the smack
Was the last thing I heard.


Poem Details | by Jack Ellison |
Categories: grief,

The Lowly Mosquito

The most dangerous critter is the lowly mosquito Spreading nasty germs round the world, my amigos Need to squish them flat With a swat and a splat Watch for blood and guts all over your chemise-o