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Nominated. I truly love this poem! It got a chuckle out of me and imagination is brilliant!
by CJ Maleney
Oh my god Jamie!
I deliberately posted this today thinking there was no way it could be nominated.
Guess my personal clock is not in alignment with the PnQ.
However I thank you so much for this gesture.
Those unicorns are little blighters aren't they? Loved this and it raised a much needed smile
It's been an odd few days.
Wrote this for my 11 year old daughter and sent it via messenger (yeah I'm gradually catching up with technology).
I got back
"Oh my god that ending though that ending though"
Praise don't come any higher than that!
She kinda likes unicorns lol oh and was there when the ankle whacking thing happened.
I can imagine those words were the best praise you could ever have... Bless you and her :)
by Ben Pickard
Very funny, Craig. I have to admit to never seeing these things either but I have seen a firefly and can assure you of their existence. Also, my daughter swears on fairies too...
Take care, good fellow.
I know fireflies exist and one day.
Apparently fairies can swear like troopers lol.
If ya gotta be small ya gotta be tough lol
Bhahaha I needed a good laugh. Thankyou and well written
Glad you enjoyed dude
by Kitty Cat Lady
Very very clever Craig and funny too. What's not to love! x
Not clever at all its just the random of my head.
But pleased it made you smile
Made me smile, Craig.
by Dagmar Wilson
This is beautiful. Made me smile. Take care.
If I can raise a smile. Then i am so happy that I did so.
by Meena Krish
:) this was such an entertaining read and it made me smile
at the end...hope that ankle healed well...in later years it will cause
pain especially during the cold weather...saying from expereince.
Enjoyed the read!
A minor wound and more a chipped bone than a break, slowed me down a little but didn't hold me back or spoil the holiday
Ps all is fine now x
by S s...
Beautiful content and sad because you broke your ankle in the end
by Ali Maleney
A poem dedicated to your daughters favourite things brings a smile to my face
And the moral of the story don't mess with them unicorns