No Need to Raise a Stink

I knew a loud lady from Wink
She was always dressed in pink
Eating garlic at lunch
And onions a bunch
She was always quite the stink

To speak with her was not swell
My eyes teared at the smell
All chit chat and smile
While all the while
She made everyone around her quite pale

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Not sure where this one came from. I’ve never actually been to Wink, Texas. I do know a loud lady. I also have known someone to always wear pink! Ugh. As far as garlic and onions go, I eat them whenever I get the chance but I also brush frequently and eat a lot of mint and lemon. hehe! Although, right now, with coffee, banana and peanut butter breath, I smell a stink. Time to brusha brusha!

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8 thoughts on “No Need to Raise a Stink

  1. cobbies69 says:

    I am glad you said where Wink was,,, I wasn’t even sure it was real…great rhythm

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    • I had to find the name of a town that rhymed with pink and stink since I came up with them first. I was in luck when I found Wink. *wink*wink* hehe! Glad I didn’t have to change my words. Thanks!

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  2. JedBooks says:

    You rhyme the same way I do. Whenever I write poetry I always feel a need to rhyme the endings. Nice rhythm!

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    • Haha! I must say I am addicted to rhyme, though I do have some poetry that doesn’t. Still, I prefer the rhyme. Just seems more fitting to me. Thank you so much for your kind and thoughtful comment. I look forward to reading your poetry. πŸ˜‰

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  3. sarsm says:

    I ate a lot of garlic the other day and for a split second I thought you were talking about me!!! πŸ˜‰

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  4. udoji75 says:

    Carol ! I don’t have the acumen for plumbing and writing but I think I gotta give props to you for those rhymes πŸ™‚

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    • Hehe! Thanks Patrick! You always know how to make me smile. πŸ™‚ Hope you have an awesome weekend. We’re starting ours a little early. Crazy weather here so school’s closed. Spring Break’s starting a day early.

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