Sandeep Gautam - gurgaon, haryana (India):
This book comes in attractive containers. It is also good for your
health. Human milk shares the same qaulities. The intelligent woman saves a
bit for her lover.
This book stinks!
This book was gifted to me by Madame Phillips. She was the
best teacher I had. She did not save me from the bullies.
She was loved by everyone. I too love her.
This book is getting on my nerves. It is so heavy, so
hefty. I am an ectomorph. Please I need the elephants again.
This book when smacked on your head will make the noise "da,
Bennett Rader - Plymouth, Ohio (USA):
This book kept sneaking into the children's section, but the librarians always
put it back where it belonged.
This book had another library's stamp in it, but it was so
popular that it was held against its will.
This book has had a bad binding for years, but refuses to
see the book doctor.
This book instructs one on how to become a bookie.
This book instructs readers on how to write better books. It
wishes the author would have taken some of his own advice.
Alfred J Bruey - Jackson, MI (USA):
This book likes to dance in the park.
This book likes to dance in the dark.
This book has one need.
This book wants to lead.
This book hates limericks so I changed the rhythm of this entry.
Sarolina Shen Chang - Canton, Michigan (USA):
This book is self-centered.
This book carried a lantern through the darkest of the night.
This book is the dog that chased a ball in Diag (in
Ann Arbor) awaiting the opening of the Graduate Library on this summer-like
Sunday in early April.
This book is the pearl that keeps the deepest secrets of the
This book is the pillow that was weighed down by all the
worries of the world.
MARY P. ELWELL - Sunrise, FLORIDA (Broward county, Fl. U.s.A):
This book has Words So many words we say each day So
many words to say By you and e
words that encourage, discourage Words that criticize, otracize Wors that compromise, idealize
Strong words of heat kind words to elate, to elevate Loving words
of sympathy, empathy arh words that depress, opress Our individuality Words that
enlighten, brighten our day Shared by each of us. Some words can
uplift whille others destroy They can make you sad or make ou
glad Our words can be a joy, a treasure Give us great
pleasure When we use them
wisely Handle them carefully, speak them sincerely The many words we say
John Maney, Jr. - New York, New York (USA):
Blue smoke and loney gin
this book sits on the piano
pages unturned yellowed
yet carressing primordial song
wonder in every pharse.
Susan Meyers - Summerville, South Carolina (USA):
This book hid behind my mother's skirt when I was four.
It was so shy its words whispered off the page.
It left cookie crumbs everywhere it went
so I could find my way back to it.
I've been looking for this lost book for years. Or I've been
lost looking for this book.
Kevin W. Grossman - Santa Cruz, CA (USA):
This book describes the psychosomatic significance of end tables throughout the 20th
century, but I only read it in the middle of the coffee
table with a box of tissues, Claritin and Demerol by my sides.
This book is filled with low-fat foods and I eat it in
the kitchen reading Fritos and Tiramasu.
This book exudes essential oils and illustrates Xena and Gabrielle Uber fan
fiction. I read it aloud in the bathroom, door locked.
This book is full of happy gas and I read it silently
in the bathroom by wooden match light, door open.
This book runs up and down the hallway chasing its chew rope
and squeaky plastic walrus, so I never get a chance to read
it. The other two books ignore it and lay cleaning themselves
in the sun. I wish I could do that, I think.
Marjorie Mir - Bronxville, NY (USA):
Knowing it is soon to be vanquished,
that Time and his hordes are approaching,
I am saving what fragments I can
from the Library at Goldbarthia,
home of poets, site of rare beauty and wit.
Kathleen Lynch - Loomis, CA (USA):
This little book went to Market
This little book stayed home
This little book has roast beef
This little book has none
This little book cried Read! Read! Read! all the way home
Shanna Compton - Brooklyn, NY (USA):
In this small book, all of the poems share the same title.
The sentences in this book curl like seahorses around the mind's slender,
updrifting threads. This book wears pleated pants and hides what pleated pants
hide. It speaks with an accent that is somewhere between no accent
at all and a suppressed southern drawl