|Member Comments on this Poem|
|Posted by Charlie Morgan on 12/01/09 at 05:21 PM|
...k-gal, i love this, so jaunty with wiles of the world and simplicity of family firmly changing a direction of something or other and the thumbed glove and thennnn the two rolls, ah Mr. and Mrs. loved your descriptions hahaha, and loved the whole treatise. cool.
|Posted by George Hoerner on 12/01/09 at 06:09 PM|
How many can afford limos in today's world? But I recall as a child seeing them and wondering who these important people were and where they might be going. Nice write lady.
|Posted by Jo Halliday on 12/01/09 at 07:33 PM|
|Posted by V. Blake on 12/01/09 at 09:57 PM|
I like how you've managed to make things that are so inherently unimaginive sound creative and amusing here. "The cold was cold" and "I've named them Mr. and Mrs. Roll." This was a fun read--thanks!
|Posted by Gregory O'Neill on 12/02/09 at 07:42 PM|
It makes the mind curious...that's a great thing to do. Delighted. Thanks.
|Posted by Chris Sorrenti on 12/18/09 at 05:08 AM|
Zany, entertaining story poem Kristina. Surreal...almost like a Dali painting. Thanks also for your comment on my latest.
|Posted by Glenn Currier on 12/26/09 at 05:16 PM|
Smiling broadly and marveling at the way you clothe simple things with word-decorations to once again make me glad a marvelous poet stopped to pay attention to the ordinary and transform it. Delightful read - thanks Kristina.
|Posted by Quentin S Clingerman on 01/02/10 at 03:04 AM|
LOL!! A humorous take on a cold winter's day--contrast of classy chauffeur and empty toilet rolls very funny! Striking satire!