Simply celebrating life
Two excellent images, so I'm going to say yes to both.
Greetings from Canada - and thanks for visiting Kitchen Retro...I've bookmarked authorblog and will be back to check it out soon.I reckon, re your poem, that yes they can, why not? Perhaps a Godolphin might play as well.I also write about history and odd things at http://thevirtualdimemuseum.blogspot.com/
I told the icicleOn my bicycle,"Die cicle!"And knocked it from the seat.I rode my bicycle,Now sans icicle,Happily down the street,A dolphin there to meet.The dolphin -- name of Bub --Had a Golfin' Club,I was called to sub,For a Bottle Nose that day,Who couldn't make the play.We teed up on the shore,I yelled a mighty "Fore"The ocean gave a roar,And I saw my ball no more.
quilldancer's on a roll.an icicle CAN ride a bicycle on a not so sunny day.a dolphin COULD get a round of golf in.if the rules are Match Play.
nice ryhme!!!!!!!!!!...visited your blog after long and its as god as ever
Hello my friend. Your CC hasn't posted yet, so I'm posting here quick, because I'm getting ready for bed. The name "Matouk" is an Alaskan Indian according to what my dad was told. Also - my having a linky on each of my blogs was confusing to some people - so, I only put up one Mr. Linky this week on the official Cammera-Critters blog at http://camera-critters.blogspot.com
Icicles stick to bicyclesWhen left out in the frost.You have to smash the blighters offOr you will count the cost.Dolphins should be swimming In the deep blue seaThey might well play "sea golf" Before going home for tea!
A woman needs a man like a poem needs an icicle.
Did you have the Martini before or after the verse?Very nice,Troy
David, Can a computer/call Roto Rooter?/Can a fur tree read Larry McMurtry?Roto Rooter is a plumbing repair company in the US.Haven't been around to read your blog... I apologize, David, because I realize I'm missing something! :D
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