Friday, August 25, 2006

A Pluto Poem

I have been remiss in participating or even noting Poetry Friday of late.

So today, I present...


THE PLANETARY WEEK IN REVIEW
by Gregory K.

Poor Pluto.
Got the boot-o.



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9 comments:

Nancy said...

Is that your original work??? It's FAB-U-LOUS!

Thanks for the laugh.

Gregory K. said...

Thanks, Nancy. You got here before I added my name on the poem, but yes... it's mine. As Fibs show... sometimes I like brevity!

Jen Robinson said...

That is hilarious! I think it's a real gift to be able to say something funny, and do it in only a few words. I think that this ability bodes well for the success of your coming books.

I added this poem to my poetry round-up for the week. Thanks!

Nancy said...

Poor
old
Pluto
forced to morph
into just a dwarf.
Got the boot, no? Si, Finuto.


(tried desperately to reach my Italian buddies but had to go with the above on faith)

Gregory K. said...

Ho, Nancy! Nice Fibbing!

elisa said...

Love it!

Mary Lee said...

I give your Pluto Poem the Ogden Nash Award! I'm sure he would approve.

Rita said...

This poem rocks! :D

or dwarf rocks.

:P
r

Anonymous said...

what is up with that???? i think that it is HORRIBLE!!!! there is no point to it and everybody knows that pluto is a dwarf plant

NO DUH!!!!!!