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by Katy L Walsvik

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Does a paralleloGRAM
Measure drugs?
If "thunder thighs"
Are pluralized
Are they called "thugs?"
I ask my friend these questions.
She just shrugs.

Are CUPS of coffee
Made in 'double D?'
Are breasts large if bras
Fit 'to a T?'
Does water fill the
Sea of Tranquility?
I ask my friend these questions.
(She wears a "B").

A picture window hasn't any picture.
A 'mug shot' can't be filled up with caffeine.
A football wears no shoes
A needle has an eye
But there is not one thing it's seen.

Build me a house at home plate.
When someone dies, he is not simply 'late'.
I cannot eat my friend just because he's my date.
And my breath may smell bad
But it's not dangling bait.

I asked my friend to explain these things.
Her wisdom shone like the sun.
For every meaning a word might have
It will always mean something to someone.

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Reviewed by Tami Ryan 1/25/2004
Enjoyed this!
Reviewed by Larry Skahill 1/13/2004
the answers to your questions are:
I think so
and...are you kidding me

I think that the fact that a word can mean two differnt things is a mean trick.
Reviewed by Retta (Reindeer) Mckenzie 1/10/2004
This was wonderful Katy, I loved it!

Reviewed by Ted Sheridan (Reader) 1/10/2004
And now they want the FCC to tell you what it means.
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 1/9/2004
Thank God I don't have to wear a size "T" will break my back!!

Enjoyed reading you Katy!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by jude forese 1/9/2004
excellent word play!
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 1/9/2004
Now you got've me thinking, lovable write indeed, for sure..
Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 1/9/2004
Katydid, I see no reason why you can't eat your friend. Just add some salt, a sprig of parsley and VOILA!!!
Reviewed by Sara Coslett 1/9/2004
LOL, so happy to have your giggling poems to read again. ~ Sara
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 1/9/2004
I love word play--play on through.
Reviewed by Gary Gebert 1/9/2004
You made me smile.

Reviewed by A PAX 1/9/2004
lol my highest compliment to you
lol wish I wrote it
Reviewed by Floria Kelderhouse (Reader) 1/9/2004
The beauty and wonder of the english language. And we wonder why our children have a problem learning it. LOL...great one Katy. I love how your mind works. This is a diomond and I mean the shiny expensive one not the one on the baseball field. Floria
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/9/2004
Could you repeat that? Delightful, Katy!
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/9/2004
:-) cute write, katy; so glad to see you here again! (((HUGS))) and much love, your texas friend, karen lynn. :D where you been? i've really missed your writes!
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 1/9/2004

i've missed've penned some thought provoking questions

LOL--the one about "thugs" had me rolling on the floor LOLOLOLOL *thanks for the laugh--needed it*

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. *ADORABLE write!*
Reviewed by Lisa Hilbers 1/9/2004
*grin* Katy Katy...I've sure missed your delightful humor! Loved this one! Lisa

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