Friday, January 20, 2012

A Day at the Sun


Suzy invited me to the sun one day
We swam through Cool Whip as we played
Leap frog with peaches and mango
Jumping hoops of pear mandiango
Until the heat was too much to bare
So we stripped down to our underwear
And lo and behold I did discover
Fruit salad in secret places uncovered

@laurie kolp

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My son's edible sun


Please join me at Imaginary Garden with Real Toads where the topic is NONSENSE

20 comments:

Kerry O'Connor said...

Sheer delight on a frazzled Friday.

Janet said...

Can I come next time:)?

Patricia Anne McGoldrick said...

Bright spot of words and colour on a very cold January day to the north!

Marian said...

love it! mandiango!

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Good one! And I want some of that edible sun!!!!

HyperCRYPTICal said...

Yum Yum - sounds like a fun day!

Anna :o]

Kay L. Davies said...

Oh, how gorgeous—your poem and your son's creation (I enlarged the photo to look at it closely) are both deliciously lovely, Laurie.
K

Mama Zen said...

Absolutely delightful!

Teresa said...

This is such a fun poem! I think swimming through Cool Whip would be very tasty!

kez said...

Love it make so much more sense than my attempt too ...I also had a mango in mine ! thanks for the smiles x x x

Eva Gallant said...

Sounds delightful!

Mary said...

What fun! Makes me smile.

Isadora Gruye said...

This is playful and a bit devious. Love it.

Sheila Moore said...

yummy!

J Cosmo Newbery said...

I think my mind stripped thread.

Dave King said...

There seem to be no departments in life for which fertile metaphors cannot be found in food - and vice versa. You are obviously unusually skilled in this. Enjoyable and VERY suggestive.

Brian Miller said...

haha sounds like a fun place to be laurie...smiles..and fruit salad, yummy yummy...haha

sorry got your tweet this morning...may still play later today

Ella said...

I love the playful adventure of your words~

Semaphore said...

A delight! Sometimes it's just wonderful to let the words play.

Ginny Brannan said...

Eww...almost like going to the beach and discovering sand in places you didn't know you had!!
Very clever, a fun read!!