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Thyme Heals All Wounds

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Justin Thyme
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0 posted 02-20-2000 01:09 AM       View Profile for Justin Thyme   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Justin Thyme

Thyme Heals all Wounds


Thyme heals all wounds, no matter who's,
well, that's just what they say.
Thyme's touch can soothe, and that's the news,
Thyme keeps the blues at bay.

Thyme is your friend, so shake my hand,
and Thyme will slip away
to some Thyme else, like grains of sand,
erasing Thyme's parlay.

Thyme's poetry is Thyme intense,
it measures Thyme in verse.
And Thyme remains in present tense,
'til Thyme is soon dispersed.

Thyme heals all wounds, that's what they say;
Thyme does not take a chance.
When Thyme returns with Thyme to play,
Thyme always takes a stance.


Justin Thyme
9/29/99

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devina
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since 10-28-1999
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1 posted 02-20-2000 02:13 AM       View Profile for devina   Email devina   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for devina

This is very clever...a little full of yourself, huh??? LOL I enjoyed the Thyme put into this one!!!!

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Justin Kace
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since 09-13-99
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2 posted 02-20-2000 12:08 PM       View Profile for Justin Kace   Edit/Delete Message     View IP for Justin Kace

Thyme wounds all heals - That's what they say
I'm not sure that is so
I look about from day to day
From head to healin' Toe

Those wounded heals are Justin Tact
All healed you Shirley Jest
So grateful there is Thyme in fact
To heal wounds he does best...

Justin Thyme
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3 posted 02-20-2000 12:31 PM       View Profile for Justin Thyme   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Justin Thyme

I'm full of myself, the lady says,
well let me fill you in.
If you were at the 'stute with me,
you're mind would be in spin.

You see, these nurses, doctors and
these gaurds who're dressed in white,
can make a guy or gal go NUTS
when daytime turns to night.

They turn the lights off here and then
they sneak up right behind
and stab you with a needle, then,
they try to steal your mind.

And pretty soon they have your head
inside this big wide vice.
You must be careful what you say.
When at the 'stute, think twice.

Well, anyway, what happens then
is not so pretty, no!
They split your mind in two, my friend,
and will not let it go.

And so you see, one part of me
hates all of me, in fact.
The other part thinks I'm just great!
That part keeps me in tact.

They call me schizoid, Thyme you knew,
they call me "double-Thyme"...
so one of me decides to write
some silly little rhyme.

We have a vacant room, my dear,
west wing right in the rear.
So, when you feel "full of yourself",
come on, join in, no fear!

signed,
Justin Thyme aka
Leonardo DaVinci
Artiste Extraorindaire

one of us wrote this, but damned if I know which one... lemme talk to me about it
Parker
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4 posted 02-20-2000 12:40 PM       View Profile for Parker   Email Parker   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Parker's Home Page   View IP for Parker

Your were justin thyme to make me laugh. Your personalities keep splitting, you've been skipping your medication again. It might be a good idea to get a fix, justin kace.

Parker
Justin Tolerable
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since 02-19-2000
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5 posted 02-20-2000 01:06 PM       View Profile for Justin Tolerable   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Justin Tolerable

I didn't know, dear bother mine
That they had you Insane
My life with out my family
Has been just so mundane.

I'll help to try and break you out
All two or three of you.
We'll go playing in the park
Enjoying the fine view.

We'll pick up allt he ladies
Show them a good Thyme
We'll leave them in the morning
Proclaiming us in rhyme.
Martie
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6 posted 02-20-2000 02:06 PM       View Profile for Martie   Email Martie   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Martie's Home Page   View IP for Martie

Thyme is so clever, arn't you? ahh...they? er...we?  Enjoyed reading this.
Justin Nuendo
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since 02-05-2000
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7 posted 02-21-2000 06:19 PM       View Profile for Justin Nuendo   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Justin Nuendo's Home Page   View IP for Justin Nuendo

I'm glad I got here Justin Thyme
To read yar marvellous rhyme
No matter to me who wrote it
Nope, little bro', not a bit

Justin Nuendo

Please make it Justin Thyme for supper this Thyme will ya ?
Severn
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8 posted 02-21-2000 06:27 PM       View Profile for Severn   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Severn

I don't know...it can get up the nose - extraordinary stuff that Thyme, so you have to take it diluted - hence, well, a REALLY long Thyme.

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