Pamela Ann Frances Crane


Voices


Pretty voices
Witty voices
Something in the City voices

Silly voices
Chilly voices
Night on Piccadilly voices

Tiny voices
Whiny voices
Magical and shiny voices

Army voices
Smarmy voices
Diners Club Umami voices

Grumpy voices
Jumpy voices
Old and fat and frumpy voices

Cheeky voices
Squeaky voices
On the spectrum geeky voices

Picky voices
Tricky voices
Just time for a quickie voices

Jokey voices
Blokey voices
Anyone for croquet voices

Haughty voices
Sporty voices
Still a catch at forty voices

Sleazy voices
Wheezy voices
Always bright and breezy voices

Pally voices
Scally voices
Evening at the ballet voices

Hoary voices
Tory voices
Read on Jackanory voices

Crazy voices
Lazy voices
Forties Gert and Daisy voices

Phoney voices
Groany voices
Can I have a pony voices

Soppy voices
Foppy voices
Won’t you buy a poppy voices

Catty voices
Batty voices
Getting very ratty voices

Dopey voices
Mopey voices
Feeling rather ropey voices

Sleepy voices
Weepy voices
Definitely creepy voices

Snobby voices
Yobby voices
On about a hobby voices

Risky voices
Frisky voices
Confidential whisky voices

Plucky voices
Clucky voices
Absolutely mucky voices

Kooky voices
Rookie voices
Looking for some nookie voices

Happy voices
Snappy voices
Life is really crappy voices

Scary voices
Wary voices
Hippie, beardy, hairy voices

Cheery voices
Weary voices
Indistinct and beery voices

Funny voices
Sunny voices
Never short of money voices

Dirty voices
Flirty voices
Reading Krishnamurti voices

Arty voices
Hearty voices
Going to a party voices

Holy voices
Lowly voices
Yelling at the goalie voices

Many voices
Any voices
Even two-a-penny voices

Singing, chatting, making choices
Laughing, warring over toys, is
A cacophony of noises -
Deafened Heaven still rejoices
(Wishing we would lose our voices?)

Submitted: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

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