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A Horse of a Different Color
by Katy L Walsvik

Wednesday, May 25, 2005
Rated "G" by the Author.
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I undertook the underbrush
In nothing but my underwear
A pair of pears I pared for lunch
I wondered if their mare was there.

I spied a spy, hung out to dry
My equine quest bequeathed me.
My voice was hoarse, as said the horse:
"Please… please my mate. Don't eath me."

"Eath?" I spouted, sporting my undies.
"My word, that word's not true ."
"I say, thee, nay, your word is fey."
He neighed to say, "what shall I do?"

"Fear not," (As upwards, pulled my pants)
"I'm panting, let me breathe some breath."
"There now, please pardon my attire."
"Of course, but won't you catch your death?"

We chatted half the afternoon.
While fall fell all around us.
"Ah, me, I must be going now."
"Else I shall fall behind my bus."

I yanked my pesky panties up.
(They're largely just too large.)
I thanked my host with hosts of toasts.
And hugged his huge wife, Marge.

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Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/20/2007
what a very clever write!
Reviewed by Mark Mahoney 6/4/2005
Thats a brilliant write Katy, a truly brilliant read, i'm envious of your mindset for you showed here an amazing way with words and thoughts that flow and join so very well, again a brilliant write, take good care...Mark xx
Reviewed by Vesna Vanessa 5/26/2005
How the hell do ya DO it Katy...boy I sure needed the laugh..thankyoooooou..LOL!!!

saved this one!!

Reviewed by Daniel McTaggart 5/26/2005
Katydid, I think everyone should pull down their pants to read this one. It just won't have the same effect otherwise.
Reviewed by Roger Ochs 5/26/2005
This poem is not intended for pantywaists. Well done.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 5/25/2005
Now you did it Katy, wow! A rhythmic rhyme,in lyrical time a bucolic frolic internals infernals horses of courses, snorts and stares at your fallen underwear,what pretext comes next heehee!;-)
This poem gives me such joy to read I sit here having a conversation with you to my utter delight! Brava Katy, what a joyful wordsmith you are! Your humor is a gift that inspires me!

Reviewed by Ed Matlack 5/25/2005
I laughed so hard while reading this verse,
That I found it hard to keep a hold of my purse,
I must truly say that when you go in the direction of humor,
You most certainly and absolutely do yourself immerse...

Do you wear boxers or briefs or the newest fad, a combination of both that I have found most comfy...;) Ed
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 5/25/2005
What a lovely piece of nonsense! Hilarious! This farse made me fall on me arse!

Reviewed by Sandra Mushi 5/25/2005
Wow, the rhyming in the rhyming in the rhyming ... lol ... Katy, is absolutely fantastic! I love it!! Funny too. Lol. Wonderful poem!

God bless,


Reviewed by Joyce Hale 5/25/2005
LOL I love it, Katy!!! Wonderful! Bravo!

Reviewed by George Carroll 5/25/2005
Love the rhyme on rhyme in a cut little ditty to start my day in fine fashion.
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 5/25/2005
wonderful write, katy; you are a talent to be reckoned with! well done! brava!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in tx., karen lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/25/2005
Katy ,

This is a horse of a different color - brilliant yellow for smiles of happiness as I read your words ! Excellent !

(((HUGS))) and love , Karla .
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 5/25/2005
Aw, jeez, by the time I finish reading one of these tongue twisters of yours I feel like I did in the first grade and all those letters were on the blackboard (I bet they don't even have blackboards anymore, probably racial. Stop it! LOL) made me laugh.

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