Joseph Tanner

Rookie - 327 Points (29/01/1982 / United Kingdom)

Weetabix - Poem by Joseph Tanner

How many Weetabix does it take to get your fix?
To see you wake,
Alert for the day ahead.
Sloshed with full fat milk,
Strawberries and cream,
Yoghurt, lets not stop there,
Like them with ice-cream too.
Shaking when you don’t get your fix,
Which we’re unable to fix.
Running low on the Weetabix,
What if you don’t get your fix?
Fresh on idea’s; what to have them with!
See you feel slim,
Now you’ve had your fix!
You know it’s wrong to coat them in sugar,
Yet the devil in you spreads evenly,
The dentist shakes his head in disapproval.
The Weetabix 5 day challenge suggested honey,
I know that’s not for you,
Too sweet so when it comes Sunday sloshed in beer,
To cure that fix that lays upon your head.

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  • Waimania Wallace (4/5/2018 1:36:00 AM)

    Hi Joseph. I am an AUT student, majoring in film and television. Love your poem; could I please use your poem for a television studio exercise? (Report)Reply

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  • Waimania Wallace (4/5/2018 1:32:00 AM)

    Great Poem. I like it. (Report)Reply

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  • Me Myself And I... (3/3/2008 7:22:00 PM)

    lol, nice, i have 2 every morning, laced in sugar (lovely) although used to eat 10 every morning when i was a child with a paper round, i used to cost my mother a forturne, lol. An interesting subject to write about, but nicely done! ! (Report)Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, March 3, 2008



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