Posts Tagged "Christmas"

Gobble and Go

Posted by on May 8, 2017 in Poetry and Prose | Comments Off on Gobble and Go

GOBBLE AND GO, AN ODE FOR CHRISTMAS                   Philip Ney,    Pioneer Publishing   30/11/07   Quick to the rich dish, Dive in the bowl. Down this, gulp that, Gobble and go. Narcissism is the goal.   “I’ve got to take some weight off. My new clothes will not fit. My belly makes me waddle, And where I plunk, I sit.”   If you opened eyes half way, You would see starvation. If you listened just a bit, Hear moans of dehydration.   The Lord of Harvests likes to give, Burdens the rich with more. He gives you space and excess, To share outside your...

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A Poor Person’s Christmas Story

Posted by on May 8, 2017 in Children's Stories | Comments Off on A Poor Person’s Christmas Story

A POOR PERSON’S CHRISTMAS STORY.        (For my children and grandchildren) Philip Ney   27/12/08   “Wake up my little son (or daughter)   It’s Christmas”  “I wasn’t asleep mamma.  I was lying still so I could keep hearing the angels sing”  “You must have been dreaming.”  “If it was a dream, it was so wonderful I wish it could go on for ever and ever”  ‘We’ll talk about it some more, Banda (or Bandina)  Right now I want you to get up, wash your face, dress in your best clothes then do the chores.  But be sure to stay clean.  And be careful to...

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