You Know I'm Not Too Fat
So I'm bigger around than I'm tall.
Do you think I care much, if at all?
What's inside is what counts.
I need not loose an ounce.
In my heart, I'm the bell of the ball.
------- Author's Notes -------
And can she cook!!
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Terrie* (184.108.40.206) -- Wednesday, January 10 2007, 06:11 am|
i just love your Tickle Me Poetry! not only do they manage to put a smile in my heart but because of their sensitivity & sincerity they also wrap a friendly warm hug as well.
your a deep sensitive man...beautifully written!
|Bipedalguy (220.127.116.11) -- Wednesday, January 10 2007, 02:06 pm|
This one came to me unexpectedly just when I was about to check the site last night.
I'm very pleased that you liked it.
Did you detect the subtle trace of arrogance
in the line, "Do you think I care much, if at all?"
from the woman "bell of the ball"
who narrates the Limerick?
The line in "Author's Notes" "And can she cook!!" would be the words of her husband, who probably has a few extra pounds himself. I'm glad he likes her cooking.
|Terrie* (18.104.22.168) -- Wednesday, January 10 2007, 05:56 pm|
Bip, i appreciate how you manage to put soooo much personality into your work, shows your sense of humor , looks good on you , yes i felt the over bearin' pride when i walked in...the husband on the other hand knows what NOT to say, other wise it's the Dog House ~smile~ glad he likes her cookin' too..
|Steve (22.214.171.124) -- Friday, July 13 2007, 01:52 am|
|Bipedalguy (126.96.36.199) -- Friday, July 20 2007, 02:33 pm|
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