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Adam Forrest

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When I was a lad
Mumps, Measles and Chicken Pox
Were out to get you

Either it's Covid
Or now it's the Monkey Pox
Please do not touch me

State capitol names
Can't remember? Mom can help
Juneau? Alaska.

Just my luck, the light
at the end of the tunnel
is oncoming train

My wife wears the pants
Because after our divorce
She got all of then

So many things beep
We live with it every day
Nobody hears them

Haiku is over
No more syllables are left
When fat lady sings

Web server room keys
Couldn't find them anywhere
404 error

The Wendy's Frosty
It's chocolate or vanilla
I always get both

Pigs in a blanket
All snoozing, snuggly and warm
Darn, can't eat them now

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