Monday, April 12, 2010

Flying Lesson



FLYING LESSON

Daily I sit here on the fence,
Wearing a puzzled frown;
Why do his wings go round and round
When mine go up and down?
*

A helicopter joke here:
http://rinklyrimes.blogspot.com/2009/11/hang-in-there.html

22 comments:

Vernz said...

Great MYM entry... and love more the thought....

Indulge
An Ordinary Day

Angie said...

Brilliant!!!

Annie said...

OMG! I'm so glad that isn't a raven hanging out next to the helicopter.

Dinah said...

hands down, this is the best MYM entry i have seen so far :-) brilliant indeed!
Mellow Yellow

life's journey said...

Great one for mellow yellow Monday.

Patty said...

Great little poem. Sorry I haven't been around for a while, been very busy. Getting ready now to go mow the backyard. It's good exercise.

Mar said...

That's a great shot and creative lines!!
Happy MYM.

Flower clock

Stephanie V said...

Cute verse. It would be fun to go up in that helicopter.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

That is really cute! Thanks so much.

Jan said...

What a great pic, to catch the magpie there.
Great verse too.
All the best,
Jan

Old Ollie said...

A Perplexing Paradox.

Paul Andrew Russell said...

Tis is lovely, Brenda, made me smile. :-)

Eric Alder said...

Cute take on the 'wings' prompt, Brenda!

flaubert said...

Nice one!
Pamela

imaginationlane said...

Great take on flight! Gave me a wonderful big smile on this grey Vancouver day...thank you...:)

Lynette

Carrie Burtt said...

This is awesome Brenda!!! I love it!
:-)

The Square Corner said...

Very clever. You had me spinning with laughter.

The Square Corner said...

Very clever. You had me spinning with laughter.

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Hee hee. Good one!

Eileen T O'Neill ..... said...

What a wonderful image of the power and possibilities of flight!

Eileen

R.S. Mallari (SpK) said...

Fascinating piece with a bit of humor in it, made me smile and contemplate. I will defer from over analyzing its deeper meaning though.

Jingle said...

awesome.
smart take.
from poets untied.