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Dribbling Dierdre
by Katy L Walsvik
Saturday, June 21, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
 
 
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 
Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 
Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 
Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 
Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 
Dribbling Deirdre
 
Dribbling Deirdre is not a disgrace
Though whatever she eats ends up on her face.
 
She eats every food group, salt, sweet or bitter,
Deirdre will eat it. She isn’t a quitter.
 
Her lips, full of ketchup
No napkin will fetch up.
Her chin’s full of soy
From devouring bok choy.
Eyebrows have goop
From slurping her soup.
There’re crumbs on her cheeks.
When she’s done her plate squeaks! 
 
But we forgive Deirdre
As we watch her sup,
She leaves her food in, now.
No more throwing up.
 
11/28/07
 
 

 

 



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Reviewed by Roger Ochs 6/23/2008
You've penned the antidote to anorexia. Welcome back. (And I hope it's to stay.)
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip 6/23/2008
Great to read you again, Katy. This is funny. Reminds me of myself, sometimes, mostly the trail of crumbs from my plate that anyone could follow home, including Hansel and Gretel. Love and [[[[[[hugs}}}}}},
Leland
Reviewed by Regis Auffray 6/21/2008
Hi Katy. Welcome back. Good to see you've got your sense of "life" intact. Thank you. Love and best wishes to you,

Regis
Reviewed by Felix Perry 6/21/2008
Hi Katy welcome back and with such a witty write and I love the way the repetiviness dribbled down...

Fee
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 6/21/2008
Hello young lady, tis good to see you as its been a couple of months past a year & to return with something both a bit humorous and sad at the same time, only you could do it...so GOOD to see you dear one...I hope both you and Adam are well...Rufuz sends you licky kisses and I send salutations & happy regards...Ed & Rufuz (w00f)
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 6/21/2008
Katy!!!!!!

Sad, in a funny way - welcome back, how I've missed you!!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Lois Christensen 6/21/2008
Have a friend at bingo, age 82, that just eats everything that we leave as leftovers. She would not refuse anything we don't finish. She is like dribbling Dierdre, at least reminds me of someone like her. Humorous this write sure is.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 6/21/2008
So good to see you post again. The humor is back, too. AD needs more good humor.

Ron
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