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 Category:  Humor Poetry
  Posted: December 13, 2020      Views: 45

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"Cold Feet" by Suzanna Ray
Cold is a word that has so many meanings
It is hard to pick just one, out to rhyme about.
If I fudge just a bit, no one will judge me, 
because they did the same.
Name me one writer who was not content, 
With just one image or theme.
You may deem me a reluctant writer,
But here is my list:  

#1  A  Cold Shoulder ( you get the gist) 
#2 An Icy Blast  (you will run pretty fast 
to get back inside) 
#3 A  description of a road surface.  
(miserable driving conditions, besides
sliding  into a ditch) 
#4 An Icy Look (you know you will have to 
hitch a ride home or walk) 
#5 The weather (at least you will have 
something to talk about) 
#6 Cold Leads (every cop hates the 
evil deeds, done to require this chore) 
#7 Cold Hands and Freezing Fingers. 
(ending up chapped and sore to boot) 
#8 Last but not least, is a cold. 
(we all wish we could shoot these little 
bugs in the head, but they are too tiny) 
I think it is time to quit this effort at 
rhyme and just sign off! (cough cough)



Author Notes
Dear Readers when I added the cartoon all the spacing of sentences was changed Should I just eliminate it?
illustration from cartoonstock
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