Tin Can By Tin Can, 23rd Mar 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Laundry day. What more can I say...? Dirty clothes, I suppose, simply reacts with my nose.


Wipe yourself clean.
Don't be mean.
Get deep and in between.
Doesn't matter. You'll not be seen.

In your mind you'll share,
The fact that you adhered,
To the teachings made clear,
By generations of yesteryear.

Hold Cling-ons at bay.
Skid marks need not stay.
Stains will not relay,
The episodes of yesterday.

Concentrate on the thorough wipe.
Give no one reason to gripe,
And freshness and comfort just might,
Last. As opposed, to leaving an awful sight.

For if your mother found out,
That her child was a devout,
Individual who was nothing but smelly.
Surely she would quiver and turn to jelly.


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author avatar Tin Can
My poetry tend to veer towards feelings of emotion. Love. Sex. Desire. Most of my verses will reflect these sentiments as I mainly write straight from the heart. 31 Jan 15.

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author avatar brendamarie
23rd Mar 2015 (#)

great poem

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author avatar Tin Can
23rd Mar 2015 (#)

Thank you for liking for my work.

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