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Ach Me Jimmy
by Ch'erie de Perrot

Wednesday, August 01, 2007
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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A Tall tale.







"Ach Me Jimmy"

 

Agin the shade of the young Stag horn
stood he,solid, tall, handsome, forlorn
the Kilt wi blowin around his knee's
one look and she begged him please

He smiled wi eyes that spat sparks
was nor a man innit for larks
though she be a lowlander of birth
the highlander presented great worth

Clash of the Clans she knew would rear
for no other of her's, before went near
defiant to kin set off up country
she ached oh she ached for her lovin Jimmy

In Glassgow Tartan, she donned his cloak
took to the pipes and sang by the mote
for as two nor one they mingled the blood
though tears for her Clan ran down like a flood

Oh She missed the hearth and home
though in the mist and heather she loved to roam
twas a love that nae man nor beastie
could divide no matter how feisty

She dinae see her Clan no more
for they were all in a bloody uproar
the Highlands sheltered this purr wee lass
from the wrath of the Lowlander High Class

Sometimes at night whilst her Jimmy slept
 she looked pon him, an heartily wept
twas nor for lack of love you see
as in break of day she uttered "ACH ME JIMMY"

 

 

    Ch'erie de Perrot
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A very Tall Tale!


 

 

 



 


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Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/10/2007
A real kilt-swinging and heather-roaming write, Ch'erie! The strong form and rhythms enhance your ideas here and send a shiver right to the core... Ach me indeed! What IS it about men in skirts??? Strong yet beautiful! Like men in tights... :)) VERY romantic! Love Kate xx
Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 8/10/2007
I love this poem Ch'erie!
I shall say, you have a way
of making one's day
with the spritefullyness in your voice!
So eloquently spoken/written!
Love your inspirations!
WArm hugs and Warmer love, Warrior Purple Lady Sheeeoox

STay Positive1
STay SAFE!
Sending you healing energy and to husbands whole soul!
Feel it ENTER!
This fine poem is as gem I will treasure! FOREVER! Thank you Ch'erie for sharing your heartfelt heart and soul~!
Reviewed by Rose Rideout 8/6/2007
An exceptional write Chèrie, Thank you for sharing with us.
Rose
Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson 8/2/2007
One tall tale I enjoyed immensely!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/2/2007
A beautiful tale it is, almost a Romeo and Julet style.....

Be safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Walt Hardester 8/2/2007
Aye 'tis a fine sad tale indeed.

Walt
Reviewed by Joyce Devenish 8/2/2007
Oh you're good...Slainte...Joyce
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/2/2007
Beautiful Ch'erie!!

Love tinka
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/2/2007
Ach, Aye, beautiful, Ch'erie. :) Love the Scottish burr. And men in kilts practically unDO me. :)

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by D Johnson 8/2/2007
Absolutely beautiful...

Dan
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 8/2/2007
a great tale-well written and fun to read
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 8/2/2007
Och a wee touch of the Bobby Burns, you wee beastie...

Funny when I watch Rob Roy, or Braveheart, I root for the barbaric scotts.... Wot a nawty Engerlischy bloke I is mate...
Reviewed by George Carroll 8/2/2007
Aye tis a grand Scot's tale you have brewed.
Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 8/2/2007
What a great tale. I love this, enjoyed every word of it. Flow and rhyme were excellent.
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 8/2/2007
Oh, I thought the elucidation of this sad tale quite impressive . . . Accent and all . . .
Reviewed by Felix Perry 8/2/2007
Ah tis a fine write indeed it is me lassy and me highlander's heritage cries out in union with the wee lassie's plight.
Fee
Reviewed by Cedric III 8/1/2007
hehehe.
this is quite well told.
you scottish? or you just nailed the whole lingo thing really well...?
i cannot say ive ever read anything written with such language and i really must say i am quite a fan.
the story makes me think of a scottish version of the song running bear or perhaps even of romeo and juliet haha.
good job!
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/1/2007
Ch'erie, I feel like I've been to a good movie, the kind I love to see, made from a good book that knows how to tell a story! Fantastic poem !

Love,
Eileen
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