Monday, November 21, 2011

MAG 92


At precisely twenty minutes of two
Albert and Maureen came to the mutual determination that perhaps
their Catholic school rearing was, in point of fact, having a
marginally deleterious effect on their propinquity.


I ADORE PLAYING WITH WORDS
 (AND WRITERS!)
AT MAGPIE TALES! 

18 comments:

Helen said...

Last line is priceless ... I enjoyed your poem.

Brian Miller said...

haha...you think so...smiles....nice...

Berowne said...

I believe in propinquity; it's a wonderful thing, the ability to speak several languages.

thingy said...

LOL. Brilliant.

Sue said...

Love it! Really fun.

=)

Other Mary said...

Hahahahahaha! Yes, the nuns would not approve of the propinquity of these two! Thanks for the visit to my blog as well!

barbara said...

ZING!
Good take on it.

Carrie Burtt said...

What a brilliant take on the promt!!

Carolina Linthead said...

Ha! Liked this very much!

Cad said...

Lovely roundabout way of saying they decided to get on with it!

Jinksy said...

Nice one! LOL

Doctor FTSE said...

And so they should.

Catfish Tales said...

Hahaha

C Hummel Kornell a/k/a C Hummel Wilson said...

Love really is a different language. Wonderful little romp you wrote, enjoyed it very much.

keiths ramblings said...

According to The Oxford English Dictionary propinquity means proximity or close kinship. It's from the Latin word propinquus meaning near.I've learned something thanks to your delightful piece!Do drop by mine. I can't promise you a lesson but maybe a smile!

zongrik said...

LOL

Buttons said...

Your funny we are kind of like kindred spirits the way we see things. Thanks for comment on my blog. We do see things alike do we not? B

Mimi Foxmorton said...

Aye, we do, Buttons.
Funny how the Sisterhood of the Goat works that way, eh? ;)

*hugs*