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Terrance Tracy Terrance Tracy Male, 68, United States (1/10/2014 11:33:00 PM)

It tickles my bones
and pickles my tones
to hear dogs bark
is to hear bogs dark.

When birds are chirping
do you hear chirds birping
as you walk in the shade
do you salk in the whade.

When you smell a rose
it is painful to rell a smose
when a bee stings you
does the stee bings you.

When you smell the mountain air
you may mell the sountain air
as you are sliding down to bottom
you are bown to the dottom.

The nuances that you read
are products of anticipation
in the program of voice recognition
so don't blame me for what you see.

Terrance Tracy

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  • Rookie - 1 Points Doris Cornago (1/13/2014 7:49:00 PM) Post reply | Read 1 reply
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    This poem is good because of its unpretentious and playful nature. I like poems to be entertaining and flowing like yours, and not so complicated with obsolete words that sends you to Google search every time. You have your own signature, sir - I hope that you stay with it.

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    • Rookie - 1 Points Terrance Tracy (1/17/2014 3:00:00 AM) Post reply

      Thank You Doris for your kind remarks. It is nice to know that someone in this forum has a sense of humor. Or should I say hense of sumor. Terrance Tracy

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