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  Nasty Green Blues
by Mr. Ed
Friday, March 18, 2005
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For a Fine Chicago Irish Lad Named Billie


 


 


I’m a feared that me dogs me cats and me self


Did a wee bit too much St. Paddy’s Day celebratin


And now we’ve got these awful nasty green blues


And for them to vanish we’re now anxiously a waitin


 


We snuck into me ould liquor cabinet in the basement


Probably a wee bit too early in yesterday’s mornin


And I gotta say we had a real grand ould time we did


‘Til these nasty ould green blues soon came a callin


 


Me two dogs and me self took a very strong likin


To a grand ould bottle of Irish whiskey I’d been savin


And it seems that me feisty ould furry feline friends


For that Guinness Stout had a real St. Paddy’s Day cravin


 


By the time me neighbor Billie dropped over to the house


Me and me pets had drained most of the good liquor dry


And I surely hated seein such a fine young Irishman


Severely breakin down like that and startin to cry


 


But to top off all the very grand ould day’s party festivities


We sat down to partake in a huge pot of Beef & Cabbage Stew


And of course what would this very fine Holiday meal a been


Without some of me homemade green St. Paddy’s Day brew


 


But now we find ourselves this early mornin


Feelin more than a wee bit sick and queasy


Good thing St. Paddy’s Day comes but once a year


Cause doin all this celebratin sure ain’t been easy


 


This mornin every litter box in the house is overflowin


With some god-awful nasty smellin lumpy green stuff


And me dogs been poopin all mornin on me neighbor’s lawn


And them big green piles they been leavin are sure nasty enough


 


And me headache’s more than a wee bit dreadful today


I think I’ll just be stayin in bed all day long here at home


Oh Lord I think them nasty green blues just hit me agin


It’s back to that pot ‘o green - and a hasty end to this poem


 


Oft in me green blues I wander
To this ould green pot agin,


I feel it a-huggin' me,
As when it hugged me then.



And now I hear a voice a -grumblin'
As in those dreaded days of yester yore,


Me neighbor Billie must be complainin yet agin,


‘Bout me two dogs poopin green outside his door.


 


But next St. Paddy’s Day I’ve promised


To save the lad a swig of me Irish whiskey,


And I truly hope that I remember this solemn vow


Because breakin it now just might be a wee bit risky.


 


 


©2005, Little Eddie O’Kostro


 


 


 

 


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Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 3/19/2005
Eddie,

LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL...too funny

nasty green blues, eh? Is that anything like the Margarita Movers? LOL My friend on the cruise only drank seven...and two Colorado Bulldogs...and a Mexican Mama. That Mexican Mama did it...barrrrrffffffffffffff LOL Me, I was good. I only drank Diet Coke. No ice. Ok, well, I took ONE tiny sip of the first Margarita and TWO tiny tiny sips of the Bulldogs...wasn't no way, Jose, I was goin' anywhere near Mama. :) LOLOLOLOLOLOL

Love your humor...poor babies. :( Is that puppy stuck IN the bottle? GIT IM OUT!!!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla. :)
Reviewed by Katy Walsvik 3/19/2005
Ha! You and me, both, LE. Personally, I couldn't get the image of you in your shamrock undies outta me head all night! (you boldly told the world of those on my site, you silly thing).

I can promise you this: If you guzzle Guinness in a pub in Ireland, you will not be cursed with a hangover or even a twinge of guilt. You see, Guinness is a health food. Yep... sooooooo, next year, I expect to see you next to me and 25 or 30 of the cheekiest Irish folk you'll ever meet on a stool with our belly firmly "up to the bar"...

Deal? Good. (and bring Rebecca, for sure!) Oh, and Irish pubs allow pets... dogs, cats, canaries, whatever. Wheeeee... katy xox
Reviewed by Handsum Hart 3/19/2005
Lol, I bet your neighbor is glad St. Paddy’s Day only comes around once a year.

Take care
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 3/18/2005
Thank you for sharing the humor, Ed. Graphic, music and verses complement one another to achieve your desired intent and thus delight the reader/listener. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by A Serviceable Villain 3/18/2005
Ed,

The most unique of artwork and the most the unique of poetic writes ... perfect my friend!!

Blessings,

Robert
Reviewed by Nordette Adams 3/18/2005
Heheheehee. I could hear the brogue. ;-) ~~Nordette
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 3/18/2005
Yup, you's da guy I wrote about today, for sure, El Kostro!! And have you any excuse?! "Kostro" don't sound too Irish to me. You obviously don't need one. And the picture of poor old Kitty is disgustin ... you's gonna regret that in the mornin, when the Feline Protection League comes a-rappin at your door. And, before I gag on me own self-righteousness, hic!, can you pass me that last bottle of somethin... it's bin a long, hard day back in the Chinese laundry... LOL sKrubber Kate xx
Reviewed by M. B. 3/18/2005
Laughing me arse off!

Ed, for someone with some Irish Riverwalkin' stompin' and kickin' inside your head, you sure did pound out a terrific read.

Hahaha!

Mari
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 3/18/2005
We put the Irish in a round room, telling them there's a Guinness in ther corners...Lasts for weeks..

Glad Bush is helping out the sisters with the IRA... I love the Irish, or we would not have many other things to laugh at all at all..
Reviewed by George Carroll 3/18/2005
Thank God I have no more of those Irish cursed headaches. Some day you will learn O'Kostro that there is a devil at the bottom of that Irish whiskey. Great poem.
Reviewed by SilverCeltic Moon 3/18/2005
Awww, you poor little guy!!! I did a bit too much celebrating last night too....mine wasn't whiskey tho...Killians Red...went down soooooooo smooth, now I have a headache. Ahhhh the price we pay to celebrate the green! ;) Great write!!!! ;) Silver
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 3/18/2005
Did you have to over do it Eddie???

Awwwwwwww...me kissing it better okay!!

Love Tinky
Reviewed by A PAX 3/18/2005
so so so
whats this ED??!?!?!?
whats this!!!
the animal lover supreme, is off corrupting his poor puppies???
lol
you wild thing you!
lol cute write..........pax Anita
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 3/18/2005
well done
Reviewed by Sue Hess 3/18/2005
i've already read ed's poem about this so i was looking for it...nicely written
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 3/18/2005
o'kostro...

had a bit too much irish whiskey, eh?? sounds like ye done a heap o' celebratin'! LOL

fun write! too funny; laffin' my butt off here! thanks for the giggles, o'kostro! this is rich! LOL

(((HUGS))) and much love, ye tx. friend, karen lynn o'vidra (everyone's irish on st. paddy's day...LOL). :D
Reviewed by Dale Clark 3/18/2005
lol ah the luck of the Irish
and never be no pot o gold
but ner the less a melody ;)
The dogs that is
Reviewed by E T Waldron 3/18/2005
top o ta mornin ta ya O Kostro!;-)hahaha got what you deserve didn't you;-) poor dogs hahaha! enjoyed reading about your miseries;-)...

etw
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 3/18/2005
"...hush, now don't ye cry", Eddie - t'morrow ye'll be feeling even better than today, doncha know! If ye'd been mindin' yerself, ye'd have stuck with just wearin' o'the green and a bit o' the beef 'n cabbage! Now go be cleanin' the litter boxes and pick'n up th' green piles. T' be sure, ye did a wee bit o' over-celebratin'...but ye gave me a good laugh :o)
Reviewed by Patrick McCormick 3/18/2005
From one born in the auld sod, very well done.

Pat.
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 3/18/2005
You deserve what you get wipin' out that whole bottle without sharing just a wee bit with Billie...ED

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