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  Remember this!
by Regina Pounds
Monday, May 01, 2006
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Putting things in perspective...


Levity on a Monday morning usually brings me grief later in the day

But this is too tempting

So I've got to say:

You're never safe from surprises

Life is full of them

So here's a little wisdom

To take to your grave

You haven't lived to the fullest

Until, you see,

You've been on Fiji Island

And have fallen from a tree

copyright 2006 RDP :)) 

P.S.: it was a Rolling Stone who fell, not I...sigh...there's a moral in this as well, but I'll be good now and quiet. heheh  


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Reviewed by Amira van Kerk
remember this? - I promise I will.
Amira
Reviewed by Sandie Angel
The moral of the story -
one should not have so much fun, even on vacation.
one should not attempt to pretend to be a monkey and climb tree.
one should not attempt to climb a coconut tree without a helmet,
chances are if you don't fall, the coconut will.

Sandie May Angel a.k.a. Sandie Angel :o)


Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

Enjoyed the reading of "Remember this!"

Healthy accomplishing week, Poet!

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Jane Rodway
LOLOL! This was funny...I wonder how much they were drinking/smoking, hmmmmm! :)
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Awwwwww...hope old Mick did not break his short leg......lol!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Gina I hear you! Excellent wisdom/poem!

Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Delightful bit of wisdome, Gina. Thank you for sharing it. Love and peace to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Oh, dear...hope you weren't hurt too badly! Cute write!
Reviewed by Peter Paton
Gina
Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones fell off a tree at the weekend and received concussion..
This parody reminded me of that incident !
The next time you climb a tree dear one, put on a parachute...:)
And it's safer to hug a tree...lols
Love and Light
Peter
Reviewed by Regina Pounds
oops, I see I needed to tell you the cause for my unholy mirth: one of the dear Rolling Stones (not Sir Mick, I think it was Keith) recently fell from a tree there...I am ashamed to admit I didn't follow the story. Of course, I hope he's all right.

some headlines just are funny to this old lady...so, now you know :)
Reviewed by William Bonilla
did you climb a tree?
That I would have loved to see ......lol
One of these days I would love to see Fiji
But I am unable to climb any tree
those days are long gone and forgotten.
What I would like to see there is a paradise sunset.
with my mate by my side.
enjoyed this short wonderful write
Thank You Gina

Love & Peace
peace
Reviewed by Frank Whyte
I certainly hope that you didn't fall far and that you weren't hurt badly. Everyone knows that a trip to Fiji isn't free, and maybe you have gotten off easily. This was fun.
Frank
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