Senryu Six

Passing Gas

Rules constrain urge
On this my bowel would purge
Gas will be their dirge

Β© 2011 Michael Yost

http://www.flickr.com/photos/tjc/15203108/

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71 responses to “Senryu Six

  1. You’ve gotta love the spontaneity of a child.

    P.S. Thank you for the little ditty you left on my piece Is there anything? That was very sweet, and my favorite comment in a long time.

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  2. They grow up to feel so embarrassed about moments like this. I love them as children.

    =)

    Take care and keep smiling. =*

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  3. love the cute image,
    powerfully said.

    A++

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  4. Very well said. And very cute girl. πŸ™‚

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  5. lol! Sounds like the anthem for IBS. ☼

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  6. Ooh, that is good – I am still laughing πŸ™‚

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  7. Scent of my heart

    The little girl, very sweet.

    Your words true and wise!

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  8. Hahhaaa has me in splits early morn. Like it a lot.

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  9. LMAO. This needs to be done in needlepoint and mounted above the mantelpiece..or someplace even more appropriate.

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  10. ahaha! Let the kids rule!
    πŸ™‚

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  11. If that ain’t the perfect caption for that pic, I don’t know what is. Wanted to drop in and return the visit. Enjoyed reading through your page quite a bit. Thanks for some wonderful poetry,

    crb.

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  12. No rules in the kids world…:-)

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  13. Kids eh? Can’t live with them couldn’t live without them. Loved the supercute image you used here. Wind…now that’s something my little boy knows a lot about!

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  14. What a darling little image and wonderful words! We are so constrained by society, although, in some ways, it’s probably a good thing! Thanks for the smile! xx

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  15. πŸ™‚
    sweet…

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  16. Big smile to start the week!

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  17. πŸ™‚ nice one booguloo aka michael my friend.. here’s my potluck for this week: http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2010/08/04/here-for-you/

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  18. Very humourous and well written.

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  19. this made me laugh out loud!… such fun days..

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  20. You put a smile on my face. ; )

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  21. Kids get away with everything!!

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  22. Hehe. Love the picture with this one. πŸ™‚

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  23. Wow, great senryu and picture!:)

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  24. Thanks for making me laugh! Love this, although it made me almost smell, er, gas.

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  25. ahem . . . pull my finger.

    I have 7 grands – 4 of them stanky, noxious boys. I love ’em all . . . but I don’t pull fingers. πŸ™‚

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  26. Ah, yes. This keeps happening in my yoga class (not me, I hurry to add).

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  27. Ooooh what a stinker.
    Wait. That’s a compliment.

    Just an irresistable line. And I love the little girl’s leg lifted pose for the accompaniment.

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  28. Hahahaah. We’ve got a lot of that going on around here too. So funny!

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  29. Thanks for joining up again, Booguloo. This made all of us smile. You’ve certainly got a way with words — and the picture is perfect. Hopefully you’ll join us again on Monday.

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  30. I love the picture that goes with your story! Isn’t it funny how someone so small and cute can clear a room?

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  31. You just made me snort. Hilarious. I’m so glad my potty-trianing days are over.
    Came from the Trifecta link.

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  32. This makes me wonder if you were unfortunate enough to stand behind my son in line at the grocery store. πŸ˜‰

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  33. *lol* Very true. My son is still completely uninhibited in that area. Fire away, Mika!

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  34. awesome!!! πŸ™‚ my 9 year old daughter would write something just like this. so its adorable and relatable

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