Michael Edwards

LITTLE BOY BLUE (2)

 

Little boy blue come blow your horn

the sheep’s in the meadow the maid’s in the corn

but where is the boy who plays with the maid:

‘He’s lying there with her getting laid’.

Will you disturb them?  ‘Consider it done

three in the corn – just think of the fun ’

 

Comments8

  • Goldfinch60

    Woof, woof!
    Good one Michael - back in the day eh?

    Good artwork as well.

  • Suresh

    At last some fun

    • Michael Edwards

      We need it on this site - it can get very depressing at times with all the 'Woe Is Me' writes - thanks Suresh.

    • Joker Wood

      Is there going to be a book with this?
      That's what I was thinking of when I read the poem...like it's a part of a book, or it's going to be.

    • orchidee

      Now Goldie's Fido is barking as well! I sort of knew this would end up as a roll in the hay. All this stuff is not getting the reaping of the corn done, ya know! Woof! lol.

    • Fay Slimm.

      Ha ha - adult nursery rhymes sure leave a smile on my morning face - mucho thanks and great artwork again Michael.

      • Michael Edwards

        Yes I also love a bit of bawdy but there are some that go too far venturing on the vulgar - do tell me if ever I overstep the mark. Thanks Fay.

      • dusk arising

        There's something symbolic
        about a threesome frolic.

        Kicking the day off with a fun write from you.

        • Michael Edwards

          Oh for those days with a rompworthy lass
          at my age it's sadly all in the past.

          • dusk arising

            Ha ha ha... at age 67 thats a new one on me.... 'my dear you're absolutely rompworthy'

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          • LaurašŸŒ»

            Michael,

            The utilization of double-entendre worked well with your write! Good job!

            Love the artwork! It looks familiar. Have you posted it before?

            ~Laura~


            • Michael Edwards

              Yes sadly I've run out of new stuff to post. So I'm recycling - thanks Laura.

            • Neville

              naughty but nice & certainly enjoyed...



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