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Peep Tanka

by Allan Haslinds

Lifelessly yellow.
Herald of fertile spring days,
bird of confection.
Soft sweet heads ready to smush
smiling faces doomed to die.

04/20/2003

Author's Note: I can't help myself. They're just so... smushable. Happy spring holidays, everyone.

Posted on 04/20/2003
Copyright © 2021 Allan Haslinds

Member Comments on this Poem
Posted by Kate Demeree on 04/20/03 at 01:47 PM

*smiling*... indeed they are! lolol.. and yummy too! This gave me a smile, on Easter Morn, Thanks Allan

Posted by Agnes Eva on 04/22/03 at 10:38 PM

hehee, great to see a poem about Peeps... they do kind of usher in the Spring as far as I'm concerned. sweet poem!

Posted by Anne Engelen on 04/23/03 at 05:39 AM

okay, you got me curious now! What are peeps?? It sure wasn't to found in my dictionnary

Posted by Maryellen Lebeda-Parra on 04/23/03 at 07:29 PM

bizarre, upon first read ... i didn't even associate the poem with "peeps" ... and was not sure what it was about. guess I just don't think about peeps or holidays all that much really =) then i read anne's comment about what a peep is ... and i thought to myself ... what the hell is this about. and read further comments ... tying the dream together. and now I understand the poem. very interesting read.

Posted by Alex Smyth on 05/17/03 at 06:56 AM

Bwaaaahaaahaaahaaahaaaaa!

Posted by Max Bouillet on 08/23/03 at 04:22 PM

Cute and excellent little verse. If you really like peeps you should try the following link http://www.peepresearch.org/ They conduct some very interesting research.

Posted by Traci Mabats on 08/25/03 at 03:36 PM

This was interesting. I didnt quite get what you were talking about at first either, I prefer the chocolate bunnies myself.

Posted by Jeanne Marie Hoffman on 10/01/03 at 12:27 AM

Now I want a peep. I used to get in trouble for microwaving them. (They'd blow up and get huge!) Mmm... peeps

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