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To Eat Or Not To Eat
by Tony Mike Nerone

Monday, April 28, 2003

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A friend not of this den. Is teaching me rhyme of this I contend. I am assigned to write of food I like and dislike. Or take a hike.

I like steak as red as a beet
It is the way I eat it a real piece of meat
I sometimes join it with pigs feet
It beats eating lunchmeat
After I am completely consumed,
I lay on my couch as I happily retreat
To my girl friends arms
As she seduces me with her charms
Later on after we have copulated
My girl friend rises to say lets eat something abbreviated
She whips up a tuna casserole
I have to eat it she tells me it is good for my soul
So I eat this disgusting meal
Otherwise my sex appetite will be in repeal.......................






Tony Mike Nerone
4-28-2003

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Reviewed by jude forese 4/29/2003
very good! enjoyed reading...
Reviewed by T. Emilie Dybevik (Reader) 4/29/2003
Eat away Tony! Eat. Have you ever seen that Campbell's Soup cook book called "A Man, A Can & A Plan"??? LOL....cute Tony. Teresa
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 4/29/2003
Tony....very very good write...superb!!!
Reviewed by Bobbi Duffy 4/28/2003
Tony, I'll send you my favorite cook book. No one should have to suffer through a tuna cassarole.

Love the playful way you did this.

sorry I've missed a few days but been working on the poetry manuscript, now all I need is a publisher. And then had to get ready for class tonight, students don't want to hear, "I was too busy with other stuff to think about you."

Keep in touch.

Bobbi
Reviewed by Marilyn Seray 4/28/2003
this is really good Tony!
Reviewed by Brittany Renée 4/28/2003
I envy your savvy and quick learning abilities! For this reason you've become the accomplished writer that you stand to be. Good job and many more good lessons with your new teacher ;)

Warm Love
*-Brittany-*
Reviewed by Bill Murray 4/28/2003
SO YOU THINK THIS POEM IS GARBAGE HUG TONY!!!!

+Amatory Dance+

Murmuring incantations
to the rising sun
they shared the
wakeful moments,
Excitation Heightened
by stars bursting
forth in their minds,
Passion anointing
expectant hearts
with desire.

Mouth on breast
nurtured self
with atoms of
vitality,
Fingers explored
life's inner cavern,
They reeled in unison,
drinking of each other,
Until spent by
mutual intoxication,
paused to regroup
their senses.

Then, thighs
trembling with
rhythmic
bursts of energy
generated
moans and cries,
While hunger's
devouring tongue
searched out
secret wounds of
of rejuvenation,
And bodies taut with
spring like rigidity
fused together,
As the sun settled
beyond the horizon,
And the moon
rose blood red
before their eyes.

(c) Bill Murray

Reviewed by Lady Peg (Reader) 4/28/2003
Tony I like the ryhme... You learn fast
Peggy
Reviewed by William Bonilla 4/28/2003
great write TONY
Well they say fish is good for your "drive"
maybe thats what the tuna is all about.
excellent

William
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 4/28/2003
Cute...except beat is beet. Unless you beat your meat of course. Oh dear. That didn't come out right.
Reviewed by Dove (Reader) 4/28/2003
I agree with nancy..he he
Reviewed by Nancy D. 4/28/2003
Skip the tuna and go for the fun, great write Tony.

Nancy
Reviewed by Linda Hill 4/28/2003
Loved this write..
Made me smile,
my friend.

~~Linda~~
Reviewed by E T Waldron 4/28/2003
such humour Tony;-)
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 4/28/2003
This was so funny! Excellent!

Reindeer
Reviewed by A PAX 4/28/2003
lol very cute!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 4/28/2003
I did not no tuna was the best........I thought oysters was THE best!!

Go feed the felines NOW!!

Love
Tinka

Love
Tinka
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 4/28/2003
well I'm not crazy about tuna casserole myself,,but you best keep that girl happy! This is a good write,,,Lisa
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