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Thoughts Aloud

No matter who,

No matter where,

No matter when,

It only matters why and what for.

  

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Yesterday was early,

Tomorrow will be late,

Today I have no time.

  

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You can’t train in a gym?

 You want to look young and slim?

Stay close to the old ones and fat.

There are many ways to skin a cat.

  

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Sometimes I think:

Here is my happiness.

But after a drink for two

I see that it’s just another experience.

  

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I am allergic to Scotch.

When I drink a lot of it

My tongue begins to itch.

  

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I am on the seventh heaven!

I am here a baron!

Don’t place a ladder

If you don’t want to be a scrapper!

I will never go down

As I don’t want to be a clown!

  

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SMS from someone’s wife:

Went to the place you’ve sent,

I understand what you’ve meant.

Behave here like a whore and ask myself:

Why didn’t I listen to you before?

  

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A good thought means a lot.

It’s orgasm of the brain

Which you have to train.

If you experience it

You’ll get fun.

Others who imitate it

 Just get a mock sun.

  

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When we were young,

When we were young,

Lovely nonsense was on the tongue.

  

©Larisa Rzhepishevska (Odessa, Ukraine)

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  1. Date: 1/14/2013 9:59:00 AM
    I alwas keep nonsense on my tongue... it's the only way to live... plus it heps the brain orgasms. in any case, you're right, gotta live it to the fullest... Terry (nice poem, Larisa)