Funny poems for dating
As I watched you limp back to the dance, I vowed I’d become a gazebo for you, a bower! My bleating stopped the music, signaled everyone into the garden—so embarrassing!
But as they all honked into our presence, I tell you, I felt like an elephant, seeing the faces above the collars: lizard, goat, rhino.
Should you insist on continuing to be a writer yourself, maintain humility about any personal writing achievements.
Wait for the delighted recognition of her/his written words from your mouth. Move on gently with a backward wave, smile, or gaze that conveys, First Date with the Writer Arrive on time. After your date, do NOT call/text (interrupt/disturb) the Writer. Wait for the Writer to call/text (remember/need something) from you. If you break down and call/text, you are Interrupting the Writer.When you emerged, gowned in confetti, I felt like the roar of the crowd in your ears like small bells— I was everywhere with good intentions!When I sat on the bench, how could I know you’d flip up over me, into the shrubs?Roses are red, violets are blue, when you say you love me, is it true?Roses are red, violets are blue, one plus one always equals two.
I cut a figure in my tux—Madras, scarlet cummerbund— but my ears, big as pup tents, or two ’40’s hats, heard everything & gave me away …