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  Poor Old Ma
by Mr. Ed
Saturday, February 13, 2010
Rated "G" by the Author.

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“Big Momma

Don’t Need No Chocolates,

To Weigh Down The Scales!”


Brother Edvard


Our dear old Ma Ed just called me,

She just got a package from Sweden;

I now think her dear old heart is broken,

And, it’s gonna take lots of time, to mend.


“I thought it was Edvard’s Valentine Gift,

I just couldn’t wait to open it, and look inside;

But instead of a card, flowers, or luscious chocolates,

It’s a photo of him, bashing Valentine’s Day, with pride.”


“Aw, Ma, you know what a jokester old Edvard is,

His real Valentine’s gift, is probably on the way;

And, what about that old Jersey Devil son of yours,

Did his fabulous Valentine’s Day gift, arrive today?”


“You’ve really got to be kidding me, Pee Wee,

Jersey Ed spends his time talkin to Rice Krispies;

He’s much too busy to think about his dear old Ma,

I guess I’m just a huge failure as a mother, Pee Wee.”


I just couldn’t stand to hear how blue dear old Ma was,

So I rushed out and bought her a card, roses, and candy;

And, I’ve Fed-Exed it all, over to her place, this mornin,

Signing it, “We All Love You, Ma; From Your Eds Three!”


I sure hope both of my Ed brothers read this,

I figure they each now owe me, about 33 bucks;

But just like our dear old Ma, this Valentine’s Day,

I figure they’ll ignore me, and I’m just sh.t out of luck.



©Valentine’s Day 2010, Brother Pee Wee Ed

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Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
You're a very thoughful son, Ed! I would actually not support the commercialism "grab" the day is, but I would have called my dear mother and wished her a happy day.

Reviewed by Liana Margiva
VERY NICE!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!!!!! Liana Margiva
Reviewed by Sheri Uy
I will give you a good A+ for the photo, my dear man... :) :) :) and tight hugs and loud MMMWAHH! for making me laugh!

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
Ed, this is too funny! LMAO; laffin' too hard to comment! *OW, my sides!* LOLOLOLOLOLOL

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Spmeimes you boys need a good kick in your donkey!
Never have I known such ornery,cantankerous monkey's
Reviewed by Andy Turner
Never fear, Andy's here, he'll remove all women's fear.
(Behind the bike-shed)
Reviewed by Christine Alwin
...hmmm I think you need to coat both of those brothers of yours in sugar, Sugar Coated Brothers would be good! Poor Mamma what she does not know is best,,you are right!
Reviewed by Jerry Engler
Edvard is an ugly duck, and I don't believe the check is in the mail. Don't let him save it for your coffin either because when you wake up dead you can't spend it. I'm surprised to learn that Ma may be named Ed, too......Jerry
Reviewed by L. Figgins
LOL!!!!!! Thank goodness, one of you thinks of your mother, poor old dear. Too old to spank, she'll have to think of a fitting punishment for these two....

Horrified Lin

I love the picture Ed, and the music goes right with it, and guess what, you made a Freudian slip, and the chocolates arrived here, you are in real trouble, cause, well I haven't got the heart, but let me tell you they were good, just kiddin, still with this postal service here, she might get them in ten years time, so you three better hide deep in the woods somewhere. Love! Jasmin Horst
Reviewed by LadyJtalks LadyJzTalkZone (Reader)
You've saved the day, yet again...Wish you were my son...LadyJ
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
I'll send you a 12 pack heart box to ease your pain. Patrick
Reviewed by Richard Arrington
You must be the best!
Reviewed by Georg Mateos
My check in on the mail PeeWee, and like Jersey Ed said, don't blame your brothers, we ain't the ones selling post stamps, although...that's an idea!
Now, being so rotten to your brothers all the past year we didn't expect less of you to go kissin' Ma's you know what...

EDvard Ole Brother

Reviewed by Ed Matlack
The money is in the mail, but you know the postal service, you might get it by spring or not at all...And you were always the kiss up, brown noser to ma right from the day you were hatched...oops did I give that away, that you weren't born in the usual manner...and ma never told you that, oh my, shame on me...;-) ed
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
what a good son you are indeed!
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