Saturday, October 20, 2007

Ode to the Commode

Husband finally gave up on the toilet in the upstairs bathroom and replaced it with a new, energy efficient, handicapped friendly model. He was inspired to create this work of art to celebrate its installation.


Ode to Toilet:
How I love thee,
White and glistenin’,
Never complaining,
While I’m p***in’ in.
Though sometimes you roil and bubble,
And run-on as a kid in trouble,
You’re always accepting, playing my game,
(but regarding that smell, I’ll take the blame.)
I'll shout I love you!
From the top of my lungs!
Let’s do it now!
Let’s take the plunge!


(Okay, I'll admit this: he's had a long week at work, too.)

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6 Comments:

Anonymous Momish said...

LOL! I am truly impressed. Such a lovely poem, one would have never thought possible about a toilet!

10/20/2007 11:22 AM  
Blogger Casdok said...

Very good! Made me smile!!
On my blog i have written a poem about poo! And yes i had jad a long week to!!!!

10/20/2007 11:31 AM  
Blogger slouching mom said...

Heh. Yep, I'd say that he had a long week, LOL!

10/20/2007 6:50 PM  
Blogger Robin said...

Too funny!

10/21/2007 1:10 AM  
Blogger Sheila said...

This is hilarious!!

10/21/2007 8:17 PM  
Anonymous Gloria said...

Hahaha! Bravo! Bravo! Encore!

Hey, it'd be cool to print this out, laminates it display it in the toilet, as one would display "God bless our kitchen" in the kitchen. LOL. You should get this piece copyrighted, hahaha!

11/24/2007 8:30 PM  

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