Michael Edwards

THE WIND BLOWS

 

                                            THE WIND BLOWS                                                 

 

The wind blows outside.

It rarely blows in our house.

We do not like it.

We do not often eat beans.

Beans prove wind can be broken.

 

 

 

 

Comments12

  • Heather T

    This nonsense gave me a good wee hours giggle!

  • orchidee

    Oh lol, fine write and pic M.

  • Goldfinch60

    Good fun write and cartoon.

  • BRIAN & ANGELA

    Thanks MICHAEL for pic & poem ! It's an ill wind that blows nobody no good ! BRIAN Pleas check my TANKAS and new FUSION on TIPPLE ~ Thanks B

  • FredPeyer

    Sorry Michael, love the drawing better than the poem, even though the poem is really good!

    • Michael Edwards

      Yes not one of my best but wanted to write in Tanka style which is a bit restrictive.

    • Louis Gibbs

      What a pleasant way to start a day, reading your clever little poem! Thank you for this one, Michael. And I love the cartoon as well!

    • Tony36

      LOL, great write

    • burning-embers

      'Gad sir, did u fart?'
      'Of course i did - you don't think i always smell like this do you?'

    • orchidee

      Toot? That's more to do with a car horn in the UK, I think! I shall have to swoon - bit windy! lol.

      • Michael Edwards

        Or trump - also an apt name for an obnoxious airbag.

      • Candlewitch

        LOL!!!
        I got a good chuckle out of this write 🙂 thanks so very much!

        *hugs, Cat

        p.s.
        DUMP TRUMP!!!

        • Michael Edwards

          I guess you realise that here in the UK to trump means to fart - thanks for your kind comment.

        • Erinna

          Great fun. It reminded me of 'Silly Verse for Kids' by Spike Milligan.

          • Michael Edwards

            Ah Spike - I guess you are a Brit - despite his acclaim I still feel he was underrated as a (silly) poet. I love his:

            The boy stood on the burning deck when all but he had fled
            Twit!

            • Erinna

              He had a very quirky sense of humour. On his gravestone is the inscription ' I told you I was ill' - he certainly had the last laugh, as we over the pond say!

            • Garry

              Very funny



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