One – Liner Wednesday.Not King Arthur!

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What what do you call a small Irish person ?

Anaemic.

ūüėČ

The Argument.

I know that it is  raining  I can see that it wet

But you are my familiar  and not a blooming pet!

I have asked you nicely I have even said please

Now go and get me food or I shall infest you with flees.

 

Excuse me, Lady  Mistress, this does not seem quite right

Just where in my contract does it say I have to work for you at night!

You have run me ragged every minute of today

I am tired now and my feathers are wet and here in the warm I need to stay.

 

Pardon me, my fine feathered friend pardon me my beauty

I am not requesting  that you get me food I am demanding that you do your duty.

I am the one in charge not you , I am the tortured soul of a Vampire

You do as I bid  and brook me not.Go, go on, What are waiting for, wet weather attire.

 

Well Mistress that would not go amiss for I am not a duck,

And if I get lost  you will miss out and that would be such bad luck.

Be Gone Get out and find me fresh blood

And if you play your cards right I shall dip you in the stream on your return to remove the mud.

 

 

Haiku Excalibur

Today is all rush rush  so I am posting  an Arthurian Haiku that I put on poetry corner  a wonderful place to visit. Now it is important that you realize this little Haiku was written tongue in cheek. I do hope to be business as usual tomorrow!

Excalibur

All was silent all was calm

From below there arose an arm.

 

The birds where stilled and the breeze did drop.

The arm with the sword suddenly withdrew, kerplop!

;)

How did I ever manage?

I never have been lazy nor ever been one to shirk . But boy I just can’t figure out how I ever managed when I was still at work?

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Monday it is gym Wednesday and Friday too  but if I want my back to last it is what I must do!

Plus Friday there is Pilates then Saturday Deep Core I am amazed to realize that I am doing much more than before.

Meeting you for coffee, then rushing round for tea dong this and doing that there is no time left for me!

I have to post this letter and I have a book to read. The house needs hoovering and the the flower beds need a weed!

The girls and I are off on a trip a girly, girls weekend. Not to forget the new Yoga class maybe they can teach me how to bend.

Now I cannot hang around all day talking to you, I am sorry I just don’t have the time, there is just so much to do! I never have been lazy nor ever been one to shirk . But boy I just can’t figure how I ever managed when I was still at work?

THE MYSTERY OF ODD SOCK.

What is this, where is it from. No one recognizes it, it must of been there for aeons! Where did I  find it where had it been, nobody had seen it until it materialize by the drying machine!

It isn’t yours and it is mine the boys have all been gone for a long time nor have I seen it on the washing line. Could it be a foreigner, could it be a plant could it possibly belong to your mum or your aunt?

It was not dusty,was  is it within a forcefield, is it an alien do we all need to keep our eyes peeled! I have inspected it thoroughly inside and out I was going to dis-guard it but in my mind there is some doubt.

I always thought they got eaten by¬† the washing machine, this one is on it’s own yes, but it is dry and it is clean.

I suppose it must of escaped, it must of survived I wonder where it’s partner is and more importantly is it still alive. I shall have to check the dryer in case the other one eventually arrives!

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