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And yet another of the 'Just for Fun Series'.
Am I Just-ified ? or Just BUSTED ?
Just The Bust, Ma’am –
Just The Bust!
© - Tom Hyland – 02-03-10
A person who is dignified, or splendid -
Is referred to as – August.
The chest part of a woman’s anatomy
Is her bosom, or her - Bust.
A small morsel or part of bread
Is called the - Crust.
When we clean lightly with a feather
We say that we - Dust.
That CO Stuff that belches forth from your car
Is none other than - Exhaust.
A guy who made a ‘deal’ with the Devil
Is known as Doctor - Faust.
A strong breeze, or puff of wind
Is called a - Gust.
A device for lifting something up
Is called a – Hoist.
I know, I Cheated!
So – Sue me!
Sorry – no I – word Either!
A person who is fair and reasonable –
We say is – Just.
Elmer J. Fudd’s pronunciation of
The word in line six is – Kwust!
To be eager for something, especially sexually –
Is to express – Lust.
If someone is compelled to do something –
Then, one – Must!
Beings there is no N word either,
I’ll throw in an additional M one –
Increased sexual activity in large animals
Is called – Musth!
So, maybe those Eskimos ain’t really
Hollering – Mush – Huh?
To throw out, expel, or get rid of –
Is to – Oust.
A French novelist with a long name is –
Valentin Louis Georges Eugene MARCEL PROUST!
Another of Fudd’s duds is –
Another non-word – Qwust!
Although the proper names are corrosion –
Or oxidation – we call it Rust.
No S word, but melted snow
Is called Slush!
Our Nation’s Motto is –
“In God We Trust!”
If something is unfair, or unwarranted,
It is – Unjust.
No V word was found, but the desire to travel
Is known as Wanderlust.
No X, Y, or Z –
So that’s ‘All she wrote’ for –
Just The Bust. Ma’am –
A poem for you and me!
© - TKH.
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|Reviewed by Ed Matlack
|looks like dinner to me & maybe breakfast as well...wow, ed|
|Reviewed by Mr. Ed
|JUST a Thought - ZUST was an Italian Automobile, in the early 1900s.
And you probably didn't even notice him, but I think I know the guy in the picture's background!
|Reviewed by Georg Mateos
|And in the kindergarten they were shouting LUNCH! LUNCH!! LUNCH!!!
|Reviewed by D Johnson
|I get your/her points,