Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Happiness



It's the simple things
in life that please:
sunshine, flowers,
a cool breeze.
Music, friends, dancing
and wine,
joining family - going out
to dine.

Lunchtime makes Brian happy
the 12 o'clock certainty of food
on his plate,
a sated smile - everyone's his mate.

60's music lifts Terry's spirits
shimmying with a gin & tonic
a gigantic grin,
his moves iconic.

Chocolate improves Paul's humour.
the whispered promise of a bite
a loud laugh
intimates his delight

Sunshine brightens Lee's mood
basking in the warmth of the rays,
a sun-kissed glow
Oh happy days!

Biscuit:  Deli Choc
Taste test: 7 out of 10
Cost: Buy one get one free offer (this was the free packet!)

Tuesday, 14 July 2015

Go set a clock



Should unpublished books
be left to rest unread?
Better not to disturb the dead?
Leave sequels to our imaginations,
don't disappoint our great expectations.

Shield us from the mental struggle
of accepting Potter's transformation to muggle.
Harry Potter at the Chamber of Commerce
would spell a literary turn for the worse.

Who'd want to read about
Lady Chatterley's mother
or George Orwell's little brother
James Herbert's gerbils wouldn't scare
and nobody cares for Euston Bear!

Biscuit:  Tim Tams
Taste test: 7.7 out of 10
Cost: Gift from Denis

Tuesday, 7 July 2015

11:30am 7/7/15

S I L E N C E

I S

L A M E N T I N G

E V I L

N O X I O U S

C R U E L T Y

E V E R M O R E


Tuesday, 30 June 2015

A Poem that may drag on











Perhaps dragons derive from dinosaurs
rather than from mother-in-laws.

Although both are grim and fire-breathing,
there’s only one you can believe in.

Dragons are the villains of ancient fairy tales
and also the emblem of the flag of Wales.

Dragons spend their leisure
dwelling in a cave
filled with treasure,
saving energy for a weekend monster rave,
finding their pleasure
devising ways to misbehave.

Once, high overhead they flew
until along came St George and slew
the most fearsome but the last.
And now, alas, they live only in the past.


Biscuit:  Dibus Dragon Biscuits
Taste test: 8 out of 10


Cost: 99p from the 99p store

Friday, 26 June 2015

Have I got old news for you

Does old news simply go away
because it's not front page today?

Has everyone with Ebola recovered
or are there thousands more cases
 to be discovered?
Is Kathmandu recovering with slow trepidation
or are aftershocks still traumatising the nation?
Are migrants homeward bound on sturdy ships
or are they still making their one way death trips?

Is it the media who are obsessed with new
or is it that we don't want to be retold
the old?
Who knows?

Biscuit:  Cadbury's Caramel Biscuit
Taste test: 8 out of 10
Cost: Gift from Paul





Tuesday, 16 June 2015

The Biscuit With No Name



Is it a bird?
Is it a plane?
No, it's the biscuit with no name,
Nameless yet delicious,
Though the lack of label
makes us suspicious.

What is baker Fiona trying to hide?
We hope there's nothing unsavoury inside.
It's a biscuit baked with anonymity
can we trust it's edibility?
(is it safe to dip in tea?).

Convention demands nomination
of this nutty, naughty, chocolate creation.
A magic moment biscuit fit for Perry Como
deserved of a cooked up name,
 INCHOCNITO!

Biscuit:  Biscuit With No Name
Taste test: 10 out of 10
Cost: Homemade chocolate and nut biscuits from Fiona

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Bookings please!



A simply joyous gig at Irwin Mitchell last night.
Shan shone, Jegan joked, Terry terrorised the audience with gags a plenty, Karl cleverly adopted accents from across the globe, Denis dazzled with his extreme articulation, Lee loved the audience and very nearly broke into song, Olly overwhelmed with his biscuit bard rapping and Vicky was velvety, voluminous and voluptuous.

The Biscuit Poets are now ready for anything, if you need some inspirational entertainment for a corporate event, team building day, inspirational seminar or even a bar mitzvah then hire us, you will be surprised, inspired and will certainly laugh a lot.