Drinking Alcohol taught me how to fly
Then it took away the sky....

Monday, August 27, 2012

A QUICKIE DIVERSION DIMENSION

Posted in and for MAGPIE Tales

I'm so old
It's so cold
I'm out here
wanting in there

Cops said "Freeze!"
I ran. I hid in snow.
Nowhere else to go
OMG! Had to 
(AHH-CHOO!)
SNEEZE.

I froze my butt off.
Like ice chunk, body broke at
Head and Shoulders©.

And this top half of me
is banging on your door
Cops said "You BUSTED!"
I said, "You RIGHT!"

It still cold
I'm even more old
Wll you open door
let me in there?

--Steve E aka steveroni

25 comments:

  1. I like that there is a story to your poem. The room becomes a temporary refuge for a thief? escaped convict? misunderstood individual? Very nice!

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    1. Charleen, I was referring to the 'bust' in the window to the right. My monitor made it look like it was Beethoven, and he was outside.Oh well, there's always next week. I may try again. LOVE blogging!!

      Rather I'm obsessed!
      PEACE!

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  2. ha....busted man....hey i would let you in...but wonder at what you did to get the cops to chasing you....

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    1. Carried my violin case into a bank, dark glasses, all of a sudden, there I was lying on the floor--MANNN, how does a violinist cash his paycheck?
      PEACE!

      I know, it's bedtime!
      PeaceeeZZZzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz..........

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  3. Funny! Last evening around 7, I saw three teenage boys busted in front of the park- handcuffed, looking down, bottles on top of car...

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    1. Gosh! Did you save the bottles?--grin!
      (See, I'm an alcoholic!)
      Handcuffs are frustrating. One feels so helpless!

      PEACE, Laurie!

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  4. I had an inkling you were the bust ~ Nice fun write Steve ~ I will let you in ~

    (aka Heaven)

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    1. Hello, aka Heaven-ly Grace!
      AWWW, you nice, girl. Thanks!

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    1. When you my age, Señor, nearly every moment is an adventure--grin!
      PEACE!

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  6. Hey frozen man come in! whew- shake off the icicles while I light the fire- ")

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    1. Seems as if you allow ANYBODY into your living room!--grin!
      But thanks for the 'warm'...
      PEACE!

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  7. I am fresh out of knock-knock jokes which your poem deserves... loved the busty perspective

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    1. Helen, I like the "Head and Shoulders ©".

      About the knock-knock joke--"Nobody here!"
      I was really in a big hurry, unusual for me to write
      without at least a bit of editing.
      Thanks!
      PEACE!

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  8. Your funny side is showing. :)

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    1. Here I am checking my 'sides'...now WHERE did I leave that "funny side" THIS time?
      PEACE! --grinning!

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  9. An entertaining read, good one!

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  10. I giggled at Head and Shoulders...fun to see you at the Mag, Steveroni!

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    1. Haven't been here since you changed the name. LONNNG time! Glad to see you, Tess.

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    1. Well Carrie...SOMEBODY'S gotta do it (be hilarious!--grin!)

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  12. Utterly enjoyable to realize the double layer! Wickedly good.

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    1. Thanks, Ritva...coming over to your blog to meetcha.
      PEACE!

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  13. OMG! I MISSED SO MUCH! WHERE HAVE I BEEN? How come I no longer get feeds from you? Hmn....

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