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- Jeny's Birthday Poem: : Humour

Today Jeny is having a bouncy birthday blast
At the table will be included a distinctly canine cast
Denver, a delightful, dapper dynamo of origin half chihuahua
And Alfie, his maltese mate who helps him create brouhaha

Jeny's creative panache will ensure they look their best
With matching cape and peaked cap is how they'll both be dressed
They'll partake in the candle blowing ritual and munch on a birthday slice
Although Denver will think Alfie's piece is the one that tastes more nice

Alfie will commence the feisty fiesta with a piercing, strident yap
Giving a clear, sharp signal for when everyone should clap
Although in truth he could be barking because he thought he heard a cat
With Alfie it's not always clear as to what he's barking at

Denver will present Jeny with a chewed up, spat up ball
And Jeny will graciously roll it smoothly down the hall
She loves her darling duo, and they love in reciprocation
They're both honoured to be part of Jeny's special birthday celebration

(Sydney, Australia - 2010)
Alessandra Liverani



- My First Proper Standup Routine: : Humour

I've written funny poems, written a heap of those
But sometimes all that rhyming gets up people's nose
So I thought I'd try proper stand up and use words which didn't rhyme
I enrolled in a stand up comedy course to become a stand up comic sublime

The first task we were given was to write down ten things that we hate
Should be easy I thought, but could barely think of eight
Then we had to write down ten things which made us feel afraid
Rebecca said the fear of revealing fears was one which on her mind weighed

Our teacher Rob, likes his lists of ten and I couldn't expostulate
Because even if two were crap, you still had the remaining eight
This is going quite well I thought, and I'll no longer sound like Pam Ayres
Because, quite frankly, the stuff she does, does anyone really care?

We listened to a bit of Derek and Clive, comedians from the past
And I have to say their humour still packs quite a blast
To call the buyer of their record a fool, well they didn't quite use those words
And then play a few moments of silence, is the funniest thing I've ever heard

So I hope you like my attempt at not putting everything in verse
I've just done a proper stand up routine, and you heard it here first!

(Sydney, Australia - 2010)
Alessandra Liverani



Appearances Are Deceptive

Look at those smokers how cool they appear
They inhale so stylishly but don't you think that it's queer
That what they're inhaling is ghastly and vile
They don't seem to notice that it should be a trial

Why do they do it? Could it possibly be
That they are addicted, they're not at all free
But because they look so much in control
They'll lure you in with them right into the fold

Please try to remember often things aren't as they seem
They may look confident, part of a team
They'll tell you they enjoy it it's one of their pleasures
But that foul smelling stuff is not one of our treasures

You'll only enjoy it when you're under its spell
And believe it or not it's like being in hell
You don't believe me? Then you've swallowed the myth
That smoking is glamorous. Get over it.

That's how people are captured year after year
Their health and their wallets they will lose, I do fear
Let's stop this senseless slaughter once and for all
I ask you, I beg you into this trap please don't fall
Alessandra Liverani

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- Am I a Spoodle: : Humour

Am I a cockapoo or one of those spoodles
Either way, I've got oodles and oodles
Of energy, I bounce off the walls
Literally, I don't care if I fall

Am I a cockapoo or am I a spoodle
Do I know how to make use of my noodle
Maybe not, but I'm heaps of fun
Turn me over and tickle my tum

Am I a spoodle or am I a cockapoo
Wherever you're going, can I come along too
I want to go outside and race all over the place
Can I make you feel guilty by the look on my face

Am I a cockapoo or am I a spoodle
Am I a female or have I got a doodle
These are the questions, have you got the answer
I don't know much, but I'm one very nimble dancer

(Sydney, Australia - 2007)
Alessandra Liverani
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