Bri Edwards


Stinky Sox/Socks ....... [VERY SHORT; hold your nose; NOT personal! ; humour]


A strange thing I saw the other day;
I saw my dirty socks get up and walk away.
Yes! They, so dirty and oh so ripe, walked away By Themselves! !
But they were CUTE, as I held my nose, and......
they reminded ME........ of Santa’s elves.

(November 30,2013)

Submitted: Saturday, November 30, 2013

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with x-mas approaching, i had to mention the 'little guys' (not the socks) .

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  • Fiona Pimentel (12/9/2013 1:42:00 PM)

    Cute poem. I wonder why they walked away, maybe they were trying to escape from the smell themselves. (Report) Reply

  • Cassandra Jasmine (12/1/2013 12:26:00 PM)

    Aww, cute! But I don't really think that... Stinky socks are cute, exactly. Yes, very short, and I forgot to hold my nose... But nice poem. :) (Report) Reply

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