Shades of Eliza

Posted: April 2, 2016 in Uncategorized


google images from “My Fair Lady”

Day Two of April Poetry Month
imaginarygardenimaginarygarden  Still Getting Out of the Starting Gate  Imagined By  “Anything even remotely equine!”

 

Momma always told me, “Be a lady”
cross your legs only at the ankle
speak softly and respectfully
never argue or shout, make your
point then walk away from a fight.
Usually, I can and do. But there
is no holding back when I’m in a hurry
and the car ahead idles under the green.
Then I sedately roll down my window and
respectfully articulate my request
(with a polite tap of the horn or two)
“Move your bloomin arse!” Please.

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Comments
  1. ManicDdaily says:

    Ha. A lot of fun here. Thanks! k.

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  2. ManicDdaily says:

    Also great reference to the movie. k.

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  3. Kerry O'Connor says:

    What an iconic cinema moment. Frustrations seem trebled when on is in traffic.

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  4. Well, you said please.
    Bwahahaha!
    😀

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  5. The “please” is key! 🙂

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  6. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Oh I love this! 😀 Kudos

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  7. A very funny one today!

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  8. Oh, I’m with you, not sure I would have said please.

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  9. Jim says:

    Nice girls don’t … Your mother said … I like those thoughts, some mothers are nicer at etiquette than others. My mother often told me, “You won’t find nice a girls in a bar.” I really didn’t go to bars but I am not sure she knew that for sure. I never said I didn’t and can’t remember what I did say.
    Aside, it may have been me you honked at when I was on Vicodin. I would sleep though green lights, run red lights, or drive through and not even remember even when I should have turned. I think I was safe though.
    ..

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  10. B.G. says:

    Hee hee. 🙂

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  11. M says:

    chuckling ~

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