Treasure Island

Ted Sheridan

Kudos, Dittos And The Indifference Of Dildos

She told me my green urine was disgustingly vulgar
And she found my mere mention of it to be distasteful
Forget about the fact that I made reference to it only
As a metaphor to describe the facts as they be
In that man can waste his time popping supplements
From Vitamin A tabs to caps of Zinc
And yet nothing is as healthy for the body
As what his mind ingest from a daily diet of God’s word….
This is why I don’t write for the kudos
But I am made stronger by the dittos I receive
When two or more among us come together and agree

Submitted: Saturday, November 10, 2007
Edited: Saturday, April 23, 2011

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  • BEAU GOLDEN (11/10/2007 3:47:00 AM)

    Confucius say, 'wise men pee in pool after drinking seven up, but fools pee in hot tub after taking multivitamins....' and your poem made me laugh out loud at the visuals. (Report) Reply

  • Justine Keaton (11/10/2007 3:31:00 AM)

    A daily diet of God’s diet I've ever known..sad how others do not agree.
    ~Justine~ (Report) Reply

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