by James Zealy
A little smile,
A big laugh,
A little fun,
A lotta ham,
Moves the focus,
from her IQ,
Just a member of the crew,
Playing the game,
Making the moves,
A chessmaster in her groove,
Daring to be better than the rest,
She's the best of the best,
Now the Moral of this prose,
Is to let the audience know,
Generalizations are seldom true,
Especially when we speak,
(tongue in cheek),
Author's Note: The person described here is a very sharp and attractive young women who has mastered the art of hiding her intellect behind a facade of humour. One of her favorite sayings is a tongue in cheek reply when she thinks some one is not taking her seriously that she is "Just A Girl". Needless to say she is far from that.
Posted on 06/30/2004
Copyright © 2021 James Zealy
|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Alison McKenzie on 07/01/04 at 03:33 AM|
James, I love this. But it's clever of her to hide behind her humor....it's a way of keeping herself in the human loop rather than alienating herself by letting her intelligence scare people away. I love it!!! And I love your description of it!
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 07/02/04 at 09:21 PM|
Fun read. Those Justagirls are always the best, most attractive. :o)
|Posted by Kate Demeree on 07/15/04 at 01:50 AM|
*grin*... I really like this poem!
|Posted by Morgan D Hafele on 06/30/10 at 05:07 PM|
i like this a lot! i wanted to say more but couldn't figure how without tripping all over my words.
|Posted by Mo Couts on 07/02/11 at 02:53 AM|
James, absolutely fabulously done! Wow!