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  Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow
by Mr. Ed
Friday, September 28, 2007
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-->“The family.  We were a strange little band of characters,

Trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste,

Coveting one another's desserts, hiding shampoo,

Inflicting pain, loving, laughing, defending,

And trying to figure out the common thread that bound us together.”


Erma Bombeck



Plans were coming along nicely

For the Creek Cave Poetry Recitals

Until Edvard the Elder soon decided

That for women, shaving would be vital


Our old Jersey Devil Brother Ed, of course,

Soon wanted a detailed definition of ‘women’

I think that I will let the Elder Brother Edvard

Explain the difference between women and men


As for me, Brother Pee Wee Ed

I think that hair is quite a natural delight

No matter where I’ve seen it on any creature

I think it’s a thing of natural beauty, not of fright


But I really want these poetry recitals to be a success

So at Edvard’s insistence, I’ve added more Door Prizes

Every female poet who attends the Creek Cave Recitals

Will receive a free razor blade, available in various sizes


As for the Jersey Devil’s new preoccupation with women

I can only suggest that female poets just try to ignore him

Since he’s familiar with most common male caveman names

When you introduce yourselves just say, “Hi!  My name is Jim!”


“Pee Wee!  There sure are lots of poets named Jim here!”


“Amazing isn’t it, Brother Jersey Devil Ed.

Now go practice reading your poem, before you go to bed.”


“Oh, all right.  But Edvard promised me a bed time story first.

Something about birds and bees.  I hope it’s a real scary one!”




2007, Mr. Pee Wee Ed



And I’m Really Very Thrilled To Announce

That We Already Have Six ‘Cheese Poem’ Entrees

In The First Annual Creek Cave Poetry Recitals.


Please Check Out Walt Hardester’s Latest Poem,

And La Belle (Jim) La Rouge’s Latest Poem,

And Ann (Jim) Scarborough's Latest Poem,

And Karla (Jim) Dorman's Latest Poem,

And Kathy (Jim) Armijo's Latest Poem,

And, of Course, Rufuz's Cheese Poem!


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Reviewed by Kimmy Van Kooten 9/30/2007
I could of sworn, I already posted here, I only read it a thousand times, trying to come up with my come back, "A Little Jimmy in the Corner, Eatin' Cheese" they say...better late than bald! LOL! You poor guys!
dum dum men are dum dums! LOL!
Love and Peace~
Reviewed by Southern Comfort 9/29/2007
Truly delightful! I might shave some to get up close and personal with Ed The Elder! OOOOOOO HUBBA-HUBBA! GRRRRRRROWL SC
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling 9/29/2007
enjoyed this much, the picture is great! Love the expressions! Creative my friend!
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin 9/29/2007
Hmmmmmmmm,,,, I will take a shave and some cheese if you please.
( you are soooo funny )
Reviewed by Tom Hyland 9/28/2007
ED... instigate... then TRAP!

you draw 'em in, like bees on honey,
charge entrance fees... get lots o'money!
when their down beggin' on their knees,
make 'em eat... Limburger CHEESE!


Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 9/28/2007
oh, this just gets better and better!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 9/28/2007
This is so very precious, sitting here laughing, no razor blades please, just pass the cheese. About those cave drawings,who gets to paint them????

Be safe,
Reviewed by Anna Marie Fritz (Reader) 9/28/2007
I must have missed Cave Creek by a mile, Eddie...
Just signed on now with a new poem, and I keep running into other's poems about cheese.
Must leave the garden alone for awhile, and get back to poetry, I guess.
Razor blades scare me. For feminine legs, I rather prefer Norelco.

Reviewed by Jeanette Cooper 9/28/2007
"Every female poet who attends the Creek Cave Recitals
Will receive a free razor blade, available in various sizes"

Now, that's what I call a dangerous move to make. Women with razor blades defending their hair--here comes a war.

Reviewed by Kathy Armijo 9/28/2007
Sounds like this first annual poetry festival might be a bit smelly - what with all the cheese.

Glad to see the family more up-right.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 9/28/2007
Laffin' too hard to review! *gaspgaspgaspgasp!* Oh, my back! Oh, my sides! Ed, STOP!! You're killin' me! LOL *OW* LOLOLOLOL*OW*LOLOLOL*OW*

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D

NEVER laugh with a bum back! LOL
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 9/28/2007
Always knew you were somehow connected to the Flintstones!!

Love Tinky
Reviewed by E T Waldron 9/28/2007
cheese smeese hair smair all we ask is that you be fair,and let devil Ed go shave himself, cause all the Jim's will make you pay if you let your brother devil get in their way!
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 9/28/2007
Hair today, gone tomorrow is a masterpiece and i applaud you for your creative mastery of humor. Thanks dear Ed.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 9/28/2007
I think that I shall never see
a poem lovely as a cheese
whether mild and sweet or old and strong
for me no way can it be wrong
at end of day when hang up club
women with lump on head will fix me grub
flick back my hair like beauty queen
while eating cheese a little green
then to the fire pit to recite a line or two
ahhhh such a fine caveman's life for me and you

Reviewed by Ed Matlack 9/28/2007
UGH, me like them women things with lots of hair...seems fair...ED
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 9/28/2007
Hair today and hair tomorrow
for women folk no hair is sorrow
Keep the razor for you bloaks
Or us women hope you all croak
You smell real bad so take a bath
While us womenfolk get a laugh!

Reviewed by Georg Mateos 9/28/2007
Hey PeeWee Ed, last time
a hairy one inside you let
it wasn't a woman stupid,
it was a horny bear!!!!!

PS. you see, here are the flowers and here are the bees...
Neanderthal the Elder
Reviewed by Chantilly Lace (Reader) 9/28/2007
Oh my,LOL very cute indeed...Have a great(HAIR) day I mean..Giggles...Hugssssssss
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough 9/28/2007
I must write of wine to go with the cheese! Though a gas mask is the only thing that really compliments limberger. This will be fun and interesting too. If G Yale shows up, we'll tell the Jersey Devil G's name is Sue!

Love the competition!

Reviewed by La Belle Rouge Poetess Of The Heart 9/28/2007
Who cares what them other Ed's says
We're hairy and we like it that way
Cave women with hair to stay
don't give us no razor
don't give us no flack
sit down and be good boys
or we'll give you a whack
Reviewed by ~ Holly Harbridge (Reader) 9/28/2007
Too good to be true, some real men at last! And a challenge did you say? Holly
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 9/28/2007
LOLOL Ugh. Me like. Still thinkin' 'bout cheese and what to write...well done, Pee Wee. I love how you challenge your readers.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
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