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Can you wrap your mind
around a 'Tongue-Twister' -
or is it a 'Mind-Bender?'
perhaps a 'Twisted Sister?'
how say you - 'Madame?'
or is it 'Mister?'
© - Tom Hyland - 10/8/10
If One studied at Cornell,
T’would know the difference T’ween -
A Wheat Kernel and an Army Colonel,
And One’s own Colon!
Something that’s just Normal -
May be called General -
Also - an Army Officer - Pray Tell -
Isn’t Language Swell?
A Promotion for a Colonel
May make him/her a General -
Jot it in your Journal -
Your Computer Core also has a Kernel!
A Knot on a Tree Trunk is a Burl -
A Kentucky Tobacco Leaf is a Burley -
Someone Strong and Robust is Burly -
So Saith: Larry, Moe, and Curly!
Noisy, bustling activity is - Hurly-Burly -
A Helicopter is a Bird that is ‘Whirly.’
If you are a Nut - then you are ‘Squirrelly.’
On That Note - let’s End Early!
© - TKH.
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|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I love the way you "whip" language and words around, Tom. Thank you for sharing your wit and humor. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|"you are ‘Squirrelly"
That describes you to a tee, TK...LOL, e
|Reviewed by Richard King
|Bend it hell, you almost broke mine!!!! Nicely done Tom. Thanks Dick|
|Reviewed by Mary Lacey, Desertrat
Great play on words! It also shows how complicated the English language can be.
|Reviewed by steve Chering
|Hey' Here's some clever stuff! 'about time too. I'll bet you smiled after completeing this little gem. I would have!!!|