Pensieve’s Poetic License – A Clarihew or Two for You

It’s time for Pensieve’s Poetic License. I intended to write poetry about faith and God as much as possible, and I suppose I still could have, but the rules for the clarihew made that a little more difficult, so I thought I’d write about two of the biggest blessings God has given me. The theme is May, which obviously houses the holiday of Mother’s Day.

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On that note…

My momma’s nickname is Gran’ Bat.

I know you’re a little shocked to hear that.

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But she’s cuckoo for bats and she didn’t like granny,

And my mother-in-law already claimed Nannie.

Here’s another. May is also Hamburger Month. No kidding? Nobody love hamburgers more than my hubby.

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Have you met my husband named James?

He’s really quite picky ’bout names.

Don’t call him Jamie, or Jimmy or Jim.

The odds of him answering are quite very slim.

To top it all off.. I’ll be spending Memorial Day with both of them. 🙂

Stop by Robin’s for more poetry!

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May 8, 2008 1:44 am

Very quirky!

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May 8, 2008 6:57 am

how fun! i dont like nicknames either!

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Brandon Satrom
Brandon Satrom
May 8, 2008 8:01 am

Very Nice! The first one made me laugh. Nice job!

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May 8, 2008 8:16 am

OOoooo, two are twice as nice!! VERY good examples of clerihews–your hubby and mom have to be grinning that they’re your muse today :).

And I agree…they are blessings from God!


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Karmyn R
Karmyn R
May 8, 2008 3:49 pm

I love the one of Gran-Bat! I like how you used your family names!

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