Weeds Vs Nants

The collection grows larger every day.
Wants, Needs, and Weeds. Changed Weeds from Nants.
Nant going to get it, didn’t have that expecting feel to it; With weeds they grow anywhere any time. In fact I have two neat piles of Wants and Needs but I’m overrun with Weeds! You learn to cut em back and fit em on a pile, kinda like, I need to eat, but I want Ice Cream sorta sorting. Well you get the idea. The one Weed that’s hard to put in a pile is that Sex Weed; it likes both piles and it’s a hold out from the last naming, Nant. I’m nant going to get it so why bother sortin.

© 2010-2011 Michael Yost booguloo@live.com

10 responses to “Weeds Vs Nants

  1. smart words.

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  2. Pingback: Thursday Poets Rally Week 34 (December 2-8) | Jingle

  3. Fun, funky, great play on words. I’m Rants and Contagion, so I guess I’d be Cants (either “Can’ts” or the songs) and Ragin’ (essentially the same thing).

    Playing with words is one of the great joys of poetry. Michael, you made me smile. Found you at Poets United!

    Peace, Amy Barlow Liberatore

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  4. Wants and needs are pressing but usually don’t cause problems. Weeds grow between wants and needs, requiring life style changes but definitely delays to self-gratification. Nants may fit into either sorting stack depending on real reality or fancy fantasy. Now really, fancy that.

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  5. you are represented as fresh poets to explore, yet not a participant until you place your entry in…
    You are invited to attend poets rally week 34, read the agreement and place your link in when you are ready, have fun! Poetry awards are given upon participation on or by Sunday.
    Happy Friday!

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  6. no rally next week,
    you can link in your poem, make comments next week, the deadline is next Wednesday…..

    hope to see you soon.

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