|Reviewed by Roger BURKE
|Aha! Found it. Now, if only I'd read your prior message properly, I would've found it earlier.
Love it - very funny and a great commentary on the misuse of 'ask'. Sounds great also when I use my terrible NY accent. :)
|Reviewed by richard poor
|love the word play...an dialects give us some of our best rhymes...|
|Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader)
|LOL :) What a mind! :) Teresa|
|Reviewed by A PAX
Ax not for whoem the bell tolls......
It tolls for ???
Ax and you shall receive!
|Reviewed by Victor Jensen
|Ax me no questions, I'll tell you no lies, but please don't ax me by surprise.|
|Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader)
|Cute, Ron. lol|
|Reviewed by jude forese
|very, very creative and well crafted!|
|Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader)
|Om this is so clever and creative Ronald...WELL DONE!
|Reviewed by Ron (sketchman) Axelson
|They use to call me Ax in High School
last name Ax elson......
Cleaver write Ronald.......
|Reviewed by SilverCeltic Moon
|LOL...my friend Peg using this form of "ask" also...she and I have teased each other on words that we pronounce differently (I grew up in the South and she grew up in Queens). This poem reminded me of some of our good times...thank you. ;) Silver|
|Reviewed by *********** ********** (Reader)
|I love how different people pronounce words...lol you should here how we say some things here :p
Enjoyed Ron.....ty, Dani
|Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader)
|Ron, this one is creative.