"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing." ~George Bernard Shaw

"Look at everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time." ~Betty Smith, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn

Monday, March 14, 2011

What he was thinking.....

I know I ate too fast
And certainly way too much
The cabbage and corned beef
It was such a tasty lunch
I'm here a wee bit longer
As I'm stuck on this seat
Reflecting upon my gluttony
While chewing on more meat.


  1. Anonymous8:39 PM

    A great take on the photo! I enjoyed it.

  2. LOL! I like this very much! Gluttony can give one pause (long pause) for thought;-)

  3. Anonymous3:29 AM

    love it love it!gave me a much needed laugh,and oh well,its all too true!

  4. Anonymous4:45 AM

    LOL, that's a great take on the statue!!
    I love your imagination.

  5. The worst part is the fact that the toilet he's on is right out in the open! (LOL!) Nice one, Kathe!

  6. As I'm stuck on this seat
    Reflecting upon my gluttony
    While chewing on more meat...

    lovely lines, apt message in it, well done.


  7. Anonymous6:49 AM

    witty! could he be thinking about what's for dinner?

  8. ha!
    fabulous poem.

  9. What fun! Bring on the corned beef, cabbage...and the gluttony.

  10. Anonymous4:30 PM

    teeheehee.. I say, walk a bit instead of choping on more food!! ;-)

    LOVED this one, Kathe :)... you have an amazing way with words...


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