Chuck Audette
Poetry Hell, Vermont
Friday, August 25, 2006

A Fitting Pun Comments

Rating: 4.9
a fitting pun -
I was misled
the seamstress
was only

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Chuck Audette
COMMENTS
Sandra Martyres 29 October 2009
Another cool one Chuck...you do have a sense of poetic humour! !
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Patti Masterman 22 October 2009
Be glad she didn't take after you with the pinking shears!
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Ruth Walters 14 September 2009
'Sew, sew' indeed I am maligned for I'm magnificent and wild. Sew sew is how you are say I. Your needle's blunt without an eye. ..........next verse please Chuck.... tee hee Ruthy; -)
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Cj Heck 05 August 2009
This is brilliant! You're so clever and talented. Warmest regards, CJ Heck
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Michael Gale 07 April 2009
Great write Sir Chuck. I once took wood shop in school, but I found the experience-Very boring! God bless those with a very fitting life-as a tailor-MJG.
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Scarlett Treat 15 October 2008
Hey....but I shall no longer call you Chollie! You have now advanced to King Chollie, crown and secpter and all that jazz! King of Punsters, though it t'was a toss-up between you and Danny!
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Ha ha..... but did she get to thread the needle? ? ; -) HG xx
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Beth L Adams 20 December 2007
Chuck, you have the best sense of humor! LOL I enjoyed your wit in this poem! Take care, Beth
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Forrest Hainline 29 November 2007
And funny. Very funny. Forrest
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Tom J. Mariani 05 November 2007
Nothing that I can add but a 10! Tom
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Gregory Gunn 15 September 2007
Three or four sheets to the wind, keeping me in stitches, this suits me fine, threading through an angled needle of humour that seams to assail when the jib is up. Gregory
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Barry Van Allen 15 April 2007
Charles, It seams that weave all been ill now - - - you should be sew ashamed ! This short yarn was embroidered with true insanity, and the fabric of it was woven from the threads of complete disregard for your fellow human beings! B.V.A.
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Someone Else 14 April 2007
as the king said to the poaching hunter, a man after my own hart, Puns are great!
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Linda Coker 24 February 2007
Of course I was taken in and now I'm in stitches! Clever!
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Lori Boulard 17 October 2006
too bad you can't hear me laughing. I have a major case of the sillies today and this is very - ready? - suitable. :)
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Jerzegirl *~~ 08 September 2006
this is another fun pun.... you keep us coming back for more :) ~ Debbie
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Dee Daffodil 05 September 2006
Ohhhhhh groan! ! ! (LOL) Surely she kept you on pins and needles...no? LOL...: -) Hugs, Dee
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R H 03 September 2006
I heard you'd added a few more to your collection... the strong lines and layered puns make this little number a classic - it could only have been fashioned by you Chuck! A fun write to come back to, Justine :)
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jack russell 31 August 2006
Very cleverly constructed bit of whimsy...I'll resist piling on the puns :) I look forward to reading more...and pleased to make your acquaintance :) Jack.
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Ernestine Northover 26 August 2006
I bet that needled you Charles, do you think she was trying to stitch you up? or did you cotton on that she wasn't what she seemed, and thought 'darn it' it doesn't matter anyway. Great write. Loved it. Love Ernestine XXX
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