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I Want, I want & more I want…
by Ed Matlack

Friday, December 05, 2008
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We can’t the kids blame,

Parents giving everything they ask,

In the knowledge they’ll get “IT” they bask,

All they have to do is whine or complain…


I too am a member of this extensive club,

My parents spoiled me too, if not I would them snub,

How we see when older we get, some of us weren’t,

Very friendly, very compassionate, or considerate a little cub…


Spoiled rotten to the core,

If not parents thought we’d be a bore,

Prior to Christmas parents bought out the store,

Just so we’d have what THEY never had before…

© ed ~ 12/5/08

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Reviewed by John Domino 12/10/2008
Hey Ed,

I love poems like this one.
They really make you think.
I know I was spoiled rotten.
So much I think I sometimes stink.
Not the stink that makes me sweat and smell.
But the selfish stink that can send us straight to
_ _ _ _.

Made in Dec 10th,
John Michael Domino
(Check this poem out I just wrote it
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 12/7/2008
I know this feeling well, believe me! I wouldn't mind having a little "Green" for Christmas, if ya know what I mean! LOL

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 12/6/2008
The tree picture is fab and so is this write. Merry Chrstmas to YOu and all your family. Take care and stay warm and think of your fellow men too during ths holiday season.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 12/6/2008
Now you talking you can send me what you never got before (and be snappy because the Mail sucks!)

Ed the Elder

PS: don't forget Mom, but PeeWee? he ate all that road kill before we had a chance, remember?

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 12/6/2008
You are so right, Brother. Instead of sending me two fabulous Christmas gifts this year, just send one.
Reviewed by Felix Perry 12/5/2008
you are so right, as I sit night after night listening to requests for Christmas presents I can't help but feel a little disillusioned though when child after child ask for gifts that are in the three to four hundred dollar range and I am struggling to find enough cash for my meds. lol but I do agree that we the parents are the only ones to really blame.

Reviewed by Linda Law 12/5/2008
This is more true than we want to admit! You said what is discussed around the world by parents who gave and gave and gave.... you did a great job of putting it into words, and at the same time...admitting to your own natural instincts... :-)) lindalaw
Reviewed by E T Waldron 12/5/2008
you're so right, but how can parents change when the childrens peers are getting all they want. It's a dilemma! however it could change if people truly celebrated Christmas for what it means and that is no small task... Rufuz,Read my poem and see what Chrismas is;-)
Woof Woof!

Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 12/5/2008

A very open and honest write: and the less we have, the more we want ... sigh.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.

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