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Gramma Krackers

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I love when flowers

go to seed

and chickadees

come to feed

and there’s no need

to deadhead,

nor to weed.

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© 2012, 2017  Betty Hayes Albright 

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(re-post… a Gramma Krackers poem)

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When you say haiku,

I say gesundheit,

give you a tissue.

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When you say tanka

I say you’re welcome –

we are so polite.

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When you say meter

I think therefore iambic.

Tell me you are too.

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Can you play on words?

Maybe if they all had wheels

they could play on you.

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(c) 2012, 2016  Betty Hayes Albright

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(A re-post – plus this was also posted on “Gramma Krackers” a couple of years ago. My apologies to those who have already read it.)

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‘Tis fall, indeed!

I love when flowers

go to seed

and chickadees

come to feed

and there’s no need

to deadhead,

nor to weed.

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© 2012, 2017  Betty Hayes Albright 

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A re-post – just an artless little ditty from Gramma Krackers.  (My alter ego).

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‘Tis fall, indeed!

I love when flowers

go to seed

and chickadees

come to feed

and there’s no need

to deadhead,

nor to weed.

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© 2012, 2014  Betty Hayes Albright 

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Just an artless little ditty from Gramma Krackers – (my alter ego).

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Is there an answer

to this question?

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If a joke cracks in the forest

and there’s no one there to hear it,

is it still funny?

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(c) 2008 Betty Hayes Albright

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Introducing the wit and wisdom (?) of Gramma Krackers – (an alter ego)

She will possibly make an occasional appearance. Or not.

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When did it become all right

to write alright ?

What about that rule

we learned in school

that it was not all right

to write alright ?

If it’s now right

to write alright

then let’s all write it right.

And that will be all right with me

if it’s alright with you.

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©  2012  Betty Hayes Albright

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(Just something completely silly…)

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When you say haiku,

I say gesundheit,

give you a Kleenex.

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When you say tanka

I say you’re welcome –

we are so polite.

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When you say meter

I think therefore iambic.

Tell me you are too.

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Can you play on words?

Maybe if they all had wheels

they could play on you.

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(c) 2012, 2016  Betty Hayes Albright

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