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Hormonal
by Sandra S Corona
Saturday, June 07, 2003

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Some men lack understanding and compassion!

Daisy stopped taking hormones—
grew a bushy beard (quite dense)—
e’en her husband made comments.
“You’ve a man’s beard;
your face should be sheared
and your bristles are not soft.”

Daisy stopped taking hormones—
and her breasts both reverted,
they withdrew . . . were contorted.
“My breasts exceed
what you had before.”
HIM, she couldn’t ignore!

Daisy stopped taking hormones—
and her husky voice grew deep.
She snored louder . . . woke up sheep.
“Now you’re no gal—
ev’ryday you’re less female.”
(Though health-wise, she was well.)

Daisy’s now taking hormones—
lost her beard, got her breasts back—
but she gave hubby ‘the sack’.
Daisy’s revenge—
slipping him hormones!
Now he’s dating MR. Jones!

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Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 6/8/2003
OMG...rofl...this is hilarious Sandra...hopes I not become a "Daisy"! ;O) LOL
~Nikki~
Reviewed by jude forese 6/8/2003
luv your sense of humor!
Reviewed by Jack Roberts 6/7/2003
hmmmmmmmmmmmm lol

Jack
Reviewed by Zenith Elliott 6/7/2003
LOL You made my day! That was too funny and I loved the twist at the end. Great poem. Z
Reviewed by Vicky Jeter 6/7/2003
Sandy
This speaks to the twist that men really do have their PMS cycles, too. Just not as visible, so their dips and swells are not as easily pegged. Good Job. Vicky
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/7/2003
LOLOLOLOL *ow hurt meself* too funny

"revenge," say the klingons, "is a dish best served cold." serves him right! LOL

excellent hormonal poem

(((HUGS))) and love to you and doogie,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 6/7/2003
HA! you are too much, sandy! funny write; enjoyed! (((HUGS))) to you, and (((special hugs))) to doogie--love, your texas friend, karen lynn. STAY COOL, sweetie! :)
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