You don't get to judge me
Till you've walked in my shoes,
Till you've carried my burdens
And paid all my dues,
You don't get to judge meFeatured Shared Story
Fantastic poem - well done. So true. That says it all. I just wish I had written it myself.
in Aging Poems
You find you're getting hairier though not atop your head.
You somehow sustain injuries while sleeping in your bed.
Your arm is not quite long enough to make the fine print clear.
You walk into a room then think - Now why'd I come in here?
Tummies flat and waists so tiny,
Perky breasts and cleavage shiny,
Photoshopped into 'perfection,'
On display for our inspection.
We love our dog with all our hearts,
But not so much her stinky farts.
Her doggy breath is less than fresh,
Yet we hug her nonetheless.Featured Shared Story
Hi Marybeth. What a cute story...he sounds adorable. It reminded me of our previous dog, also a lab, who was our resident present opener. She loved nothing more than tearing off wrapping...
in Creative Poems
I tried to write a poem
But I couldn't find the words.
They've taken a vacation
So my poem's been deferred.Featured Shared Story
I just love this poem - anyone who writes poetry will recognise the feelings described.
I love your poems and would like to know more about the person who writes them - any chance of a...
I need to lose weight, just a pound or twenty.
If I could lose fifty, well that would be plenty.
I could join a gym, but I don't have the gumption.
My legging clad legs aren't for public consumption.Featured Shared Story
This was positively delightful! I'm quite sure this sums up just about anyone who has ever tried to exercise, only to be utterly fed up with it in no time. This definitely got me laughing,...
Oh, I wish that I had a green thumb.
All my houseplants are looking quite glum.
I never can tell
Why they're looking unwellFeatured Shared Story
Greetings, fellow Aussie! Yes, "the care we inflict"....well put. Thanks, Raelene, for the kind feedback.
Poems by Cynthia C. Naspinski
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