by Kenny Moon
Friday, November 05, 2004
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I never had trousers like them;
they stretched for a night of love
or a dance at the salsa class.
Man, I felt like a Jet,
Rod Stewart in his spandex days:
Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?
I washed them,
I washed them in the machine,
and the label specifically said
They didn't shrink. No,
they got longer, they stretched
from here to eternity;
only fit for a tall boy now,
or a long drink of water
like Hans Christian Andersen.
Now they're hanging out to dry;
only fit for a Danny Long Legs now,
only fit for a stick insect,
a beanpole, an elongated chap,
and I felt so free in them,
I felt I had nothing on -
talk about the King's New Clothes!
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|Reviewed by Shirley Houston
|I hate when that happens! Great write, poet!!
|Reviewed by Regis Auffray
|I appreciate your wit and humour, Kenny. Thanks for the smiles. Love and peace to you,
|Reviewed by Gene Williamson
|Thanks kj for this delightfully funny poem. Reminds me that Lincoln
said that a man's legs should be long enough to reach the round.
...and how come we haven't met before? -gene.
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|This poem reminds me of the time I split my pants in elementary school, both funny and playful. Great poem|
|Reviewed by S J (Reader)
This is boisterously entertaining! Love the title, "4% Lycra".
Wonderful poetry and expressions!
|Reviewed by Unnur Bragadóttir
|My holy. What a wonderful poem filled with humor. Most beautiful trousers I´ve heard about and I have the feeling that a lot of people will "wear" them in future. You are 100 % and thank you so much for the comment you gave my poem. This is a wonderful place to stay in and a lot of good material to read.|
|Reviewed by Kate Burnside
|Haven't been able to bring myself to comment - laughing too much! The mind boggles, Ken, and this is soooo YOU!! Hope your houseguest is the Friendly-type and not the Selfish-kind... otherwise I don't envy you having to ask him to leave you some coco-pops for breakfast! LOL Kate xx|