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a little bit of fun. :-)

it snuck in when i least expected it to.
a murderous odor assaulted my nose.

it singed the nose hairs and brought tears to my eyes.
how awful.  it smelled like something decomposed.

i turned to my hubby and blamed him for it.
"what?  do you think i would do something like that?

why do you always think it's me who did it?
i didn't do it.  it's coming from the cat."

i turned to kitty, tried to blame her for it.
her poor little nose was twisted in a knot.

poor thing looked like she was going to get sick.
i knew it wasn't the kitty.  it was spot!

i turned to the dog, spot, and blamed him for it.
the dog's eyes were crossed, he'd passed out on the floor.

if it wasn't hubby, kitty, dog--then who???
my God, it stunk like a dying dinosaur!

i was about to to throw up--it was so foul.
it could be a weapon to win any war.

when all of a sudden, the answer walked in.
it came from a skunk who wandered through the door!


*got ya!*  hee hee :-)

(C) Copy written, 2004, by Karla Dorman.

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Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader)
LMAO...are you sure about that ?
Reviewed by E. Richardson
ROFLMAO...methinks Andy has the right thought here...LOL....
"aaahhhh my darhling...wee could make beyouuutiful musak togethar"
ya gotta watch that Pepe!....
Reviewed by Michelle Kidwell Power In The Pen
Wonderful write
God Bless
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
LOL, just what I thought, it wasn't what I thought.

Pepe la pue is after you..
Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader)
Call me crazy but from a distance, I like the smell of skunk, reminds me of Vietnam.
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Karla, skunk is the worst you in a fun mood;-)? Hope it never really happens you would faint;-)!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes

Smelly write Karla!!

Thanks for giving us a "smell" of it!!

Lov etinka
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
Now that will turn your stomach! I was sitting quietly on a porch and a skunk came right in front of me. I was so still, not moving a muscle, remaining statue like. Lucky for me it didn't see me as a threat and waddled away. I left the porch. Often wondered if I met one of my power animals that day :-)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado


Oh, Karla, this is too funny; you got ME good on that ending! What a hySTERICally funny write; I nearly busted out laughing reading this one! (NOT a good thing to do in a LIBRARY!) Thanks for the giggle; I truly enjoyed this poem! This is most definitely a KEEPER! Into my library this goes!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your twin, Karen Lynn. :D

my favorite two lines were,
"i turned to kitty, tried to blame her for it,/
her poor little nose was twisted in a knot." That is absolutely PRICELESS!! LOL What great imagery!! LOL
Reviewed by Ed Matlack
Rufuz was worried, he thought you were talking bad of doggies. Fortunately I have yet, nor did he, to find and be attacked by a skunk, I always worry about Rufuz, he loves to chase the animals, specially the squirrels, if one turns out to be a skunk someday, what the heck do I do, maybe move and leave him here...LOL! funny write, I needed a good laugh, thanks...Peace thru the Laugh, Ed & Rufuz
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