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A Broom is not Just for Sweeping
by D. L. Vegas
Friday, July 29, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Picture is my sister Rebecca and I. '1956'


 

We were just kids
Doing what kids do
Getting dirty-
Falling down-
Acting like clowns too-
One day we stood
In front of a neighbor's
Picture window
No one was home
A boy we hung
Out with
Made a dare
"I dare one of you
To break this window
With this broom"
I declined, but
My sister did not
She took that broom
And swung it hard
And if my memory
Is correct, it took
More than once
Window was thermapane
She was no more
Than five
I was six
I can still hear
The crash of the glass,
But more than that
I was astounded
What my baby sister
Had done...
Guess who ran home
And tattletailed.. .. ..the end

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Reviewed by Casey Harmon 10/1/2011
haha Very cute. :)

Casey
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 8/2/2011
Giggle.....the title drew me in...and I wasn't disappointed....very cute story....

Anna
Reviewed by Christine Volkoff 7/30/2011
Ah, I have similar stories in my dubious past...I tattle taled too, but was not believed, and made to apologize :). You have a knack for telling stories that everyone can identify with. A true gift!
Reviewed by Felix Perry 7/30/2011
Cute story...it is funny how little episodes of our childhood although frowned upon perhaps by our elders at the time, go on to become favored shared family memories.
fee
Reviewed by Joy Hale 7/29/2011
What a fun memory! Hope your sister didn't get a spanking! Joy Hale
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 7/29/2011
This is quite an entertaining and remarkable story poem!
I suppose someone got in a bit of trouble...
Blessings,
Christine



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