Treasure Island

Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

(Iran, Islamic republic of)

Comedy poems_ part 1_ skunk from no where


Matt came home after a 72 hours camp, he was tired,
He throw his bag a way, ding…dang…Dong, …it felt on the bed

He said: mom, what do we have for lunch?
His mom answered: if you won't wash your socks, you will take a punch!

Then her mom picked the phone up,
Dialing a store: can you please bring masks for us? We live on 11 block, on the top

The salesperson asked: oh, I have brought some for your neighbors,
Is any problems occurring there?

Matt mom answered with shame: ah...…I think a skunk has attacked,
Now he, oh, I'm sorry IT is at our house back…

At this moment Matt voice spread at the house:
Mom, I think I got a sickness, my socks smells worse that my blouse

Her mom answered with fear, dear, what are you saying I can't hear you,
The salesperson heard their conversation: Mam, who the skunk has attacked to?

Matt's mom wanted to say it's nice, but incorrectly she said ice,
The salesperson answered: wow, I should call the firefighter, they are so wise...

At this moment Matt shout: mom I can't breathe…
She answered: keep it down and talk less!

Then she told the salesperson: no, I can handle it,
I was just confused quite a bit…

Just bring me the masks,
Do your duty and task!

She hurry to rescue Matt,
When she arrived she said: This idiotic camp. Wow look at that….

Matt said with pain: mom…the socks can't be took off,
I think I should say a nice goodbye to this life….

Then they heard the house's bell,
Matt's mom rushed out of that hell.

Then a man who wore astronauts' cloth appeared,
'MRS. JO JO, the whole neighborhood is empty, he said...

'Now tell me where is that skunk?
Mrs JO JO pointed out and said: what is that tank?

He said: here your masks, and that tank is for supporting,
I think this skunk came from heaven and it could have wings….

Matt's mom said: yeah you are right, the skunk had wings and set,
Salesperson said with cheer: I have Federal jets..

'Eagle 101, the target ran a way,
You can chase it all day…

Mrs. JO JO said: I only asked masks,
I thought it should be a simple task

She shut the door

At the moment matt said: mom call an ambulance
Mrs JO JO did it at once

TO be continue…….

Submitted: Sunday, September 15, 2013
Edited: Monday, September 16, 2013

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Well, the comedy poems part
the skunk from no where...
hope you these series of poems
wait for the next parts...

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  • John Brown (9/16/2013 12:45:00 PM)

    This is one of the strangest poems I have ever read Ellias. I wonder what happens next? (Report) Reply

  • Alookh (matin) (9/15/2013 2:03:00 PM)

    ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ...............a nice comedy poem...................the same story about my socks! ! ! ! ...... ; D...... liked this one my frnd! ! ... thanx! ! ! (Report) Reply

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