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Seasonal Gripes
by Ed Matlack
Friday, June 10, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Seasonal Gripes…


Grounds hot,

Rains not,

Fogs made,

Visibility fades…


Rain falls,

On the trees it stalls,

Dribbles down,

Eventually ending games of baseball…


After rain wind blows,

Grass & gardens do grow,

Pollen does impregnate,

Till man does the grass mow…


We complain of winter,

Too cold, too much snow,

Can’t drive fast, must go slow,

Yes we certainly do reap what we sow…


The winter over,

Now does grow the clover,

The heat we now do of complain,

We sure do bitch a great deal,

Of this earth our only domain…

            © ed ~ 6/11/05

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Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 6/11/2005
Yep! Rather bitch than eat.
Reviewed by Roger Ochs 6/11/2005
I did not impregnate Polly and I'll take a paternity test to prove it!
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 6/11/2005
Too many bitches about good old Mother Earth these days - enjoy her many moods and seasons while you can. And always wear protection, so you won't become impregnated by that promiscuous pollen.

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