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The Day I Met Sally
by Bonnie May
Wednesday, April 30, 2008
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One of my many pranks. My poor Mother had lived through many.


The Day I Met Sally
The day I met Sally was one of the best I ever had.
She was so hilarious I could never picture her sad.
What a sense of humor I saw in this person I just met.
I knew I could pull a prank on her and she wouldn’t get upset.
Mom invited her to tea one day to meet my new pal Sal.
I knew my Mother would love her, ‘cause she was quite a gal.
My Mom loved to laugh and she had a sense of humor too.
So they would love each other, I knew this was true .
I told them both the other was deaf, and very embarrassed to be.
I told them they had to speak very loud while they were having tea.
It was so hard keeping a straight face with all the yelling going on.
But I managed quite well, while still having fun.
All their blaring and yelling went on like that all afternoon.
We were still having fun but Sal had to leave soon.
I kept expecting them to find out the truth, but they never did.
In a quiet voice, I told them the truth, their expressions couldn't be hid.
Mom laughed so hard until the tears came, she could hardly see.
However, Sally sent cloak and dagger looks directly at me.
But then Sal gave a giggle along came two and three,
Eventually she was laughing too, no longer mad at me.
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Bonnie May




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Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks
You can be quite the imp, you can, Bonnie! LOL...I have the images of this "tea" vividly in my head...
Blessings and Love...and HeeHees ~~ Micke
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price
Hysterical. Liz
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
this is so cute!!
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Cute Bonnie, reminds me of a few pranks I used to pull on my grandmother and she always lovingly took it on the chin, but that is another story. Wonderfully light and inviting a bit of spunk and spirit which I do enjoy....

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Bernice Lakota
This is so cute...maybe I should try this one on somebody...If I get killed, I'm coming back for you Bonnie, Lol
Reviewed by Lois Christensen
Oh so great a poem now again. I have an Aunt and her sister have to yell at each other to be heard too. It is frustrating but we bear with it. Liked this one too and you are still in motion.
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
sooooo funny,,,,Welcome back Bonnie !
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
Are you really really sure that you aren't the lost sister of the Ed brothers? LOL LOL LOL

Reviewed by Cryssa C
It is good to have you back. I have missed my daily dose of humor from your den. :~)

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

I've missed you - you okay? Need your daily doses of humor - it does good, like a medicine, to my soul. :) This is no exception - life with you must have been interesting, never dull! LOL

(((HUGS))) love and prayer, Karla.
Reviewed by Connie Faust
There is only ONE like you, you little rascal! I don't know how one girl thought up so much mischief. Little did you know it would provide you with material to write about years later, entertaining the many who read your poems, zany or serious, and love them.

Besides giving me a good laugh, I like the rhythm and rhyme of this one a lot.

Love, your Sis Connie
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