Random Acts of Poetry

Welcome to my RAP Page — Random Acts of Poetry!  Some short, some long. Some serious and uplifting, some simply for fun. Hope you enjoy and visit us often!


Every now and then my brain seems to go in reverse,

And it’s times such as these when I start writing in verse.

Never quite certain whether it’s a blessing or curse,

But keep on hoping it all doesn’t get any worse.


Below are links to my original poetry works, along with a link to my special Dime Rhymes page for fun, short little rhymes collected on a page of their own.

“My Mind Ponders in Verse, For Better or Worse”

“The Muggle in a Puddle”

“The Mouse, The Cat and The Dachshund”

“The Rubbly Bubbly Bath”

“Ode to Summer”

“O Wind, If Winter Comes . . . . “

“Little Tommy O’Flanagan”

“What Makes A Good Poet?”

“The Poet Who Didn’t Know It”

“Special Just The Way You Are”

“Don’t Cry Over Spilled Orange Juice”

“Fridays and 13th’s and Cats, Oh My!”

“Tex-Mex and Rex”

“When Everything Around You Feels All Upside Down”

Dime Rhymes!



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