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Welcome to "Mind Twister For Loose Tongues"
. . selected poems by Bruce McNicol
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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . Green font = poems with silly words in them
|Adelaide||For the Festival State, July '86|
|Australia||Not a land of Gullibles Travels, but a land of Oliver's Travels - Oliver meat pie 'n' sors. Oliver nuther tinny mate.|
|After Extensive Silence||What IS, makes such a thing impossible|
|Anger||From anger right along the continuum to unconditional love|
|Aria (Common Problems)||I have been a problematic twenty eight year old man . . .|
|Backyards From A Train Out Of Sydney||(Swimming pools) at five out of seven adjacent spawning dorms|
|Friends||I've really hurt him. I've promised not to. (Fair enough)|
A silly poem
|Highbrow||Another silly poem|
|I Saw The Little Girl Tonight||Her father was a bully|
|Journey with a Midwife to a Midwife||My partner and I visited our pregnant friend, with whom I had shared house|
|Limbo||There's been a bit of a boon/in confidence spoons/ . . Silly of words, sad character|
|Mind Twister For Loose Tongues||Tongue twister as well. Six times quickly. Also very silly.|
|Old Lover, Old Friend||. . . but a new job led to different behaviour in public.|
|Owed to Tim Fisher||Remember the gun levy? I wonder what's happened to it?|
|On Feeling Betrayed||Love is so presious/rare alloy/valuable ally|
|Peak Hour||Flinders Street. "There's no air", I said to him|
|Power Playtime||The Treasurer we had to have, and other luminaries . . .|
|Probabilities||"Down a throamy little farnpit"
is definately silly.
It's also a missed opportunity. How silly is that?
|Ready Or Not?||"She's a witch", and I was ready . .yum yum|
|Radio Say||Uncle Sam Says,"Listen to this". Uncle Sam says,"Watch that."|
|Relatively Speaking||She couldn't stand me gazing at her|
|Remember||Remember there is no time / like / the present|
|Requiem Murray||I wait/for my beautiful father/to die|
|Rescue Remedy||Lloyd said, "what did you do with your frown?"|
|Stame Missakes||Oafran oafran oafa/ makum the stame missakes|
|Stockmarket Report||Thanks to David Hallett for the idea of "sweeping peace fears"|
|The Grangles||A Childrens' Book. . ." Grangles playing banjanophones/are not a pretty sight to hear"|
|The Mouse and the Beanbag||In which the mouse loses the beanbag to its former owners|
|"They Treat Me Like A Bitch On Heat"||We were making arramgements for our children to play. The men present gave murderous looks, but refused to speak . I had counted them amongst my friends!|
|There Was. There Is||There was another woman once who drove a Volkswagon|
|Tiren Farport||Tiren Farport soldiered badly. Someone shot 'im|
|To elevator music||Choirs of geese these days
need throat lozenges
After a hard days flight to the shops.
|Wishbone Wish||". . . I wish I had a newspaper, to damned and to publish"|