1. #NaPoWriMo 28 / #100poeticanswers 46 Why Doesn’t Everything Smell Like The Inside Of Your Nose

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    April 28, 2017 by Sez

    Another one from Indy. The odour of their nose, nobody knows Because we smell it every time we sniff  It …
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  2. #NaPoWriMo 27 / #100poeticanswers 45: What Are Clouds Made Of

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    April 27, 2017 by Sez

    Cotton wool and candy floss At least they seem they oughter Be made of something fluffy   But the truth is, …
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  3. #NaPoWriMo 26 / #100poeticanswers 44 Can The Police Stop A Volcano?

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    April 26, 2017 by Sez

    Another query from Finn, who was shocked at this worrying gap in police jurisdiction. Attention please, citizen. We’re the police.  …
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  4. #NaPoWriMo 25 / #100poeticanswers 43: Are We Born In Heaven At The Same Age As We Are When We Die, Or Are We Born In Heaven As Babies?

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    April 25, 2017 by Sez

    Another young theologian asks a question about heaven. Heaven can only be a metaphor. We die. We cease to be. …
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  5. #NaPoWriMo 24 / #100poeticanswers 42 Why Is The Sky Blue?

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    April 25, 2017 by Sez

    In memory of Douglas Adams, my 42nd poem is late, and a bit odd.  ‘I love deadlines. I love the …
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  6. #NaPoWriMo 23 / #100poeticanswers 41: Why Does Mint Taste Cold?

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    April 23, 2017 by Sez

    A very sensible question, overheard by a friend. Such sensible questions deserve limericks. Some foods can play tricks on your …
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  7. #NaPoWriMo 22 / #100poeticanswers 40: Before There Were Hospitals, How Did Women Give Birth With Nobody To Do The Operation To Get The Baby Out?

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    April 22, 2017 by Sez

    Another one from my sex education career, and a stellar example of a little knowledge being a dangerous (or at …
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