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LULLABY
by Lucille lucil95783@aol.com

Wednesday, August 27, 2003

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Be kind to your stomach

LULLABY
by
Lucille Bellucci


April's Fool of the tyrant stomach
which surcease will not grant
its bearer from relentless battle,
internal minings
Of viands gobbled with such delight in
midst of day and returned to attack, such vicious!! assaults
Upon encroaching sleep, which still eludes
at
This hour of the bells, hells? perhaps belles, but no
Glass slippers upon these feet, oh no, rather shards of glass of said slippers
exploring the concavities
Of that region below the breast that I would
cut away and
Throw to the dogs, or hogs, into the bogs.

Do I malign said viands? Such innocent juxtaposition
of lettuce and tomatoes,
eggplant and goat cheese

(and dollop of sour cream, a crescent of avocado,
and were there fried onions?)

encased in pita, innocent
flat unleavened bread of Egypt

The culprit then must be caffe latte, downed with bliss, only a glassful,
ordinary to most, but
nearly fatal to me.
The cock crows, I hope soon, but really half my life away from this hour of....can it be?? only 1:30 after midnight.

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Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU 12/29/2007

This composition is rich in meaningful contents and beauty.

Thank You for sharing Your jewels.

In admiration,


Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by Ken Chartrand 9/5/2007
Good Day to you Lucille,
I have read "Lullaby". I found it entertaining and that its point is well taken, that we should treat important things in our lives with respect, we will sleep better at night. That's my take on it. Please
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Reviewed by George Thompson 9/2/2007
Excellent work! I applaud you.

George
Reviewed by Arthur Tugman 7/3/2006
A delightful poem.
Homeschool
Reviewed by Crystal Silver Angel (Reader) 3/19/2006
Loved it all including these lines ~ This hour of the bells, hells? perhaps belles, but no
Glass slippers upon these feet, oh no, rather shards of glass of said slippers
exploring the concavities
Of that region below the breast that I would
cut away and
Throw to the dogs, or hogs, into the bogs

Excellent work..
love joanne
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 12/25/2005
Been there...watch what you feed yourself.
Reviewed by Richard Christopher Suarez 7/23/2005

Great informative piece.
Excellent!
Rich Criso Suarez
Reviewed by richard poor 6/24/2005
i like it...
Reviewed by Bhuwan Thapaliya 3/12/2005
Fantastic write!!!
Reviewed by E. Richardson 9/29/2004
heeheh...this made me smile and remember many such unfortunate experiences of my own...grand job in this, Lucille.
Reviewed by Miller Caldwell 9/27/2004
Wow. You have inspired me to eat less and take care of my tum. Your work is a treat - I must avoid meat.
VBest wishes
Miller

PS VBest was a spelling mistake but I quite like it. Perhaps it was meant to be.
Reviewed by Nicole Davis Vergara (Reader) 8/27/2003
Clover Farms Icey Tea does me in late at night! Very true and well done! Yes, we must watch what we eat and drink especially late at night!
~Nikki~
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