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Walter, The Great White Hunter
by Susan Bergeron

Monday, August 15, 2011
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Dad was a hunter and a fisherman,

And was darned good at it, too.

One day one of the locals, Ole Walter

Dropped by the house.

“Charlie, take a look at this

Here deer I found on

A snowbank up on

Meadaboro Road….”


They headed out to the

Car and ole Walter

Opened the trunk.

Asked him if he though

It would be ok to thaw it

And eat it.


Dad, with a smile on his face

Said “Do ya know how it died”

Nope, said ole Walter.


Dad, with a big ole

Shit eatin’ grin on his

Face replied…

“Well, I guess you could

Thaw it and dress it out

And fry some up….

But don’t be

Surprised if

It’s a bit tough

And tastes like

An old Billy Goat.


Susan Bergeron

August 15, 2011




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Reviewed by Chip Bergeron 8/31/2011
Blessed be the rednecks, for they shall remain clueless. Your dad was quite a guy.

Like the poem, LOVE the poet.

Chip Bergeron

Reviewed by Richard King 8/16/2011
"... Shit eatin’ grin on his Face..." Where you from, girl? I thought that was a mid Michigan line...

Very entertaining and enjoyable read. Thanks, Dick.
Reviewed by John Flanagan 8/15/2011
Nice one, Susan!

Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 8/15/2011
Interesting tale and keen insight...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Christine Tsen 8/15/2011
Such a pleasure to read this...fresh and high-spirited poem!

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