Lillian A. Knoetgen

(New Bern, North Carolina, USA)

Ditty - Poem by Lillian A. Knoetgen

Everything I drink
and everything I eat,
gets lodged in mid locations
far above my feet.
No matter how I exercise
it doesn't seem quite fair,
I'm no Lauren Hutton
just another Anjou pear.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003

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