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Thursday, Dec. 27, 2012 05:50 pm

advice poem #1

advice poem #1

how about let’s end the year with
a little bawdiness I just bid goodbye
to a van of cousins passing through
fed them at the holy land thomas’s
meal was a plateful of black olives
nothing bawdy there also one kid
didn’t understand the ice cream
dispenser it kept on running like
the salt machine at the sea’s bottom
in the old tale nothing bawdy there
either I’m getting to it my cousin told
his daughter it was on a trip down here
his father gave him the mandatory
father-to-son talk it went, you know the
difference between boys and girls? yes
said scott anything else you need to know?
no said scott and that was that I had gift
books for them found the brief chapter
“K P I P” where on the farm the grizzled
day laborer gave advice to my father
“K P I P?” repeated young ronald puzzled
“Keep Pecker In Pants” explained the
old fellow my dad passed that wisdom
on to his progeny as being pretty sound
the visiting cousins found it funny the
young daughter with braces on her
teeth also the clueless younger boys
new years is a time for resolutions maybe
I should save this poem till january first

2012 Jacqueline Jackson
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