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Fate: with Kate
by Andy James Turner

Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Get well, matey.


"My lover is like
Purbeck skies
Lightning fast;
Clapping thunder thighs

My lover he be a stunner
Never had a lover
Who is funnier!
Iím so over the moon
I canít wait to see him soon

My love is like a cricket bat
Weeps like a willow
Her chest is dreadfully flat
Yet, I look over that

My love has hair like flaxen,sweet
That warm winds whisper;
Like harvest now, I love to reap
And nestle upon his stubble, deep

My love has eyes
So bright and blue
The way they cross
One wonders if sheís looking at you

My lover has teeth that gleam and shine
Like stars that sparkle wonerfully bright;
Like glowing pearls in beaded rows
That shine divine at midnight

For many years, we were happy
Yes, you bet
But unfortunately
We bloody well MET

The eyes of him they stir me so
That tears in mine do prick;
Just like the sea they set me free
And make him look so slick

My love is great
It must be fate
I so despair
I won her
At the country fair

But for all of that, there is no doubt
we make the perfect pair:
For he is always out to lunch
and I am not all there!"









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Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 10/22/2012
A nice poem to light up my day.. I enjoyed it....M
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 7/11/2012
Ahhhh! Enjoyed the humor of it all, you two :o)

Blessings and love - Micke
Reviewed by William Bonilla 5/28/2012
A Kool Write you two
Excellent enjoyed reading
Peace to you both

William
Reviewed by Jon Willey 5/26/2012
Andy and Kate, the hilarity throughout is a hoot and then I got to, "for many years, we were happy, yes, you bet, but unfortunately, we bloody well met" and I knew it was over the top -- I love the humor, it is a marvelous collab - I wish you both peace and love - Jon Michael
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/26/2012
A rowdy romp through relationship misconception. And a hilarious laugh to boot. I think I put in the boot, but it may be lost in the trunk over here. ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by Amber Moonstone 5/26/2012
Such a wonderful collaboration from two of my favorite authors...Wonderfully done, great job!!

Peace, love and light,
Amber
Reviewed by Debby Rosenberg 5/24/2012
gave me several chuckles and a John Prine song came to mind: "In spite of ourselves"
Reviewed by JMS Bell 5/24/2012
HA! HA! HA! ABSOLUTELY GREAT! WHETHER WE ARE 'OUT' TO LUNCH...OR...'IN', THERE IS SOMEBODY...FOR EVERYBODY, ISN'T THERE?
WELL DONE AND APPRECIATED. THANKS FOR SHARING. LOVE, BLESSINGS AND FAITH...JOYCE * HIS INSPIRATIONS
Reviewed by John Flanagan 5/24/2012
Luv it, Andy and Kate, luv it!

john
Reviewed by Laura Fall 5/23/2012
Truly a Fantastic write Laura
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 5/23/2012
"He asked her wot her lips were for as they sat by a hedge;
she said "they're there to stop me mouth from fraying round the edge!" :)) Benny Hill just about sums us up, don't he? LOL!! Blimey, how many years' ago did you dig THIS one up from? And what have you done to it???!!!! My wonky eye comes out at night, now, along wiv me teef, so things are improving along with the personal hygiene: I've washed my hair twice this year already... xx
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 5/23/2012
The only thing I ever won at the county fair was a box of snicker's candy bars. You did good. And this is very well and fun done. Patrick (looking cross eyed at screen.)
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila 5/23/2012
Giggle.....well done both of you!!!! Thanks for sharing this delightful poem!!

Anna
Reviewed by Vivian Dawson 5/23/2012
Such a clever pair you two make!!
*Andy & Kate* Chuckles too!!!

Lady Vivian
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger 5/22/2012
A wonderfully fun poem Kate and Andy. Hilarious !!
You two make the perfect pair! Love ya both.

Lady May Ann
Reviewed by Ch'erie de Perrot 5/22/2012
Like you both this is a GEM, it is essentially so both of you, the two that we all love so much. I was just thinking the other day, what has happened to us on AD where has the fun gone, well youse must of read my mind, this is a pearler...love love love it, in the words of Mr Darcy hehe.
XXhugzz to you both
Ch'erie
Pottin shed???
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 5/22/2012
Marvelous Brit wit! This poem is certainly about kindred spirits, and a deepened friendship endures!
Love you both,
Christine
Reviewed by Andy Turner 5/22/2012
lol, yeah, she luvs me, really!
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton 5/22/2012
Back and forth insults, but in the end all's well.
Reviewed by Morgan Merriweather 5/22/2012
very cute and so well done by both of you. Cheers!



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