Tag Archives: Funny

Sort Of Eavesdropping

Generic ’merican gal in hat, Serenaded in the sun, she sat, The only voice in bikini clan, Each perching on a lounger divan, She did not lie sunbathing lazy, No, she was proper angry crazy, Shouting, pointing at, ranting about, … Continue reading

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Not Squeaky And Clean

No escaping the fact, It would have to be sacked, The loud noises it made, Like an angry tirade, Insisting on jumping, Thumping and bumping, Into balcony fence, The last line of defense, Before tumbling right down, Causing more than … Continue reading

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Skin Colour

Hot summer’s day, beach is full, Having fun, seems general rule, People sunbathing, lying oiled, From pink to red bodies boiled, Trying to get the perfect suntan, As dark a brown as they can, The accessory to summer fashion, Rays … Continue reading

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Fashioning A New Career

How hard could it be to make a dress, Just sewing some fabric more or less, And so began my career in fashion, With lots of gusto, lots of passion, And my first creation looked great, Even better if I … Continue reading

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Supermarket Fun

It wasn’t on purpose that I mistook, Her shopping cart, which did look, Like mine, it was also half full, And right near my trolley after all, As she searched for her unfinished shop, Up and down each aisle, bottom … Continue reading

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Cooking Up A Storm

Sandstorm mixed with rain and thunder, Combined colors, sounds and wonder, Feeling of cold imagined as real, Conjured up wintery hearty meal, Pea soup and bread to dip inside, A new spongy recipe would be tried, Change of mind meant … Continue reading

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End Of School

I remember taking him to preschool when aged two, And perhaps his standing on the tables was a clue, That school would need to be prepared for my son Ben, That prophetic warning still as true now as it was … Continue reading

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