...ponderings from the pen of a poet, via the heart of a human, often touched by the wicked sense of humour of an observer of oddities...
Very impressed with the picture to go with Ma, which came first?!?
No, dear daughter - you haven't quite got the message! The picture was a given prompt - I just wrote the daffy rhyme! LOL XX
Delightfully silly! Warm regards from one of those blogpals across the pond!
Daffy rhyme? I was thinking we could use that as part of our Thanksgiving prayer.
Ahhh, Thanksgiving turkeys need to worry over here :).
I still laugh about your "ungrateful lot" statement to me last year......yes those poor turkeys must really dislike Thanksgiving and Christmas........:-)Hugs
This is a lovely bit of 'nonsense'
an optimistic turkey, delightful!
canadian turkeys have already been through the 2010 thanksgiving mill so the ones still standing are likely holding their breath 'till christmas!!! steven
turkeys on this side of the world need not worry on thanksgiving day. ;) what a cute take on monday's child's prompt!thanks for visiting my blog.
Cute, just right for the end of November!
How that is cute...the turkey does look like he has lost his feathers...I hope it is an apple pie for his sake....thanks Jinksy for the fun...bkm
Very adroit, Fraulien Jinksy. I'm thinking of a ditty beginning -"Oh say can you see my fine Thanksgiving Pie"but I'm worried that our friends across the Pond might take umbrage . .
So cute but he'll warm up in the oven just fine. :)
Such enjoyable silliness! :-) Have added you to my blogroll, Jinksy. More people need to know...Pearl
Cute graphic. I like your poem with the reminder of what happens to the darn cute turkey. Ha.
Run, turkey, RUN!!
There is lots onf turkey jokes over here this time of year. One tired and old one involves stuffing turkey with popcorn and and oven cooking it. It is done with the popcorn blows the as___ our of the turkey; there are a dozen varieties of this overworked joke.
Gooseflesh on a turkey is unbecoming . . .
Don't worry little turkey.. the oven is nice and warm. No coat needed.
Sad to be a turkey Now that its ThanksgivingI'd sooner not be in a pieI want to go on living!Sad.......Maggie XNuts in May
unique perspective,glad that you were not a turkey.blessings for you.
Yes, one must feel for turkeys this week!
Your could be the lucky turkey to which the President grants his Thanksgiving pardon.
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