King Wise
An eight line acrostic, humour poem; pl read Author Notes
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A book in honor of National poetry writing month.

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Pegcook
 
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Well, it is a great, funny story (except for poor little Angel Fur), but I'm not sure how it falls into any poetry category. The four stars are for the story only.I'm puzzled about the poetry part. How did it get into a poetry contest!


 Comment Written 02-May-2014



reply by the author on 02-May-2014
    Thanks for writing
    Don't miss the funny over a minor technicality!
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nelliesellie
 
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I love the story. The Rev. got the story in a round about way. He will remember all the facts though. His cat died, his elder died, and his church burned down. That is one phone call he has to regret making. Great work.


 Comment Written 02-May-2014



reply by the author on 02-May-2014
    Thanks for your reply and the 5 twinklers.
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GWHARGIS
 
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This kind of reminded me of those "who's on first...what's on second..." I liked the added details that kept building up and how it seemed less important that a cat died. Great story and very unique. Good luck in the contest.


 Comment Written 26-Apr-2014



reply by the author on 26-Apr-2014
    Thank you my Friend.
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Jay Squires
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This is funny! But I guess you know that. What I didn't understand was why Elder Clinkenbeard's wife had her husband's shirt (it doesn't say where the shirt was) when the long skinny cigarette thing fell out of her mouth and caught it on fire, spreading it to the drapes, involving the church building in flames, causing it to burn to the ground because the big ol Elm tree on Pine Street that the pick up truck driver ran into and knocked it down killing little Angel Fur, blocked the fire house door. To summarize: why did she have her hubby's shirt?


 Comment Written 23-Apr-2014



reply by the author on 25-Apr-2014
    oh I forgot to explain abou that. She had outgrown all her blouses, and so was wearing her husbands shirts.
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lakeport
 
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And How was your day, Sir, indeed what could Reverend say after all that drame. I enjoyed reading the story, God bless you.Lakeport.


 Comment Written 23-Apr-2014



reply by the author on 25-Apr-2014
    Oh there are number of things he might say: "Praise God Clinkenbeard was saved and went to Heaven" or "With the fire insurance we can rebuild the church." or I'm sorry to say this, but Mrs. Clinkenbeard was getting to be a problem."

reply by lakeport on 25-Apr-2014
    thanks for the story,"Lakeport,
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