Simply celebrating life
David, I like the poem. I also like the way it seems to be shaped like a pyramid since you centered it. Cool.I need to find a dictionary on UK slang and expressions. I've heard recently that the word most Americans are familiar with from British pejoratives shouldn't be used in polite society. The rest of them I'm pretty clueless about. So what does "Cor blimey" mean? Cheers!
David, I always like your rhymes ... although I have no idea what this one is about . :)
Cor Blimey is just Cockney slang!You can say it if your have a prang Or if you have a real surpriseOr if you see some one in disguise.It is a mild thing to say!And I wouldn't have it any other way!Not sure who this bloke called VimeyIs! Or if it was just to rhyme with Cor Blimey!The real definition is a Cockney version of "Blind me!"A thing to say if you're surprised. You could just as well say " Well! Blow me down!"
And there I was wondering who in the world was out there dancing in the rain this morning! ;-)(And I am quite happy that it did not start raining until I was back down from the mountain!)
So much fun, Maggie May!Thanks for adding your own two sweet words. :-)
Er, uh, yes.
Victor Vimeyme oh myTurned the airBluer than the sky!
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