Not Really Poetry

I’m not a poet but I do spend a lot of time running, sometimes on my own and sometimes with my partner. This partner, although female, is not the aforementioned Princess. I guess she is my Countess, which the Princess appears to be happy about as she believes a Countess is lower in the ranking than a Princess. Anyway, as always I digress. So, yesterday I had a long run on my own because of you know what, shhh… and when I run alone the old brain comes up with all sorts of stuff. Some of it involves stuff I couldn’t put on here, give me a break I am still a bloke 😘 So in this little head of mine I wrote a poem, mainly because Saturday is Parkrun day and if you have no idea what that is? Then follow the link to a previous post, as I say I’m not a poet so I shoved a couple of photos in there to ease the pain. Hope you are all keeping safe and not yet contemplating divorce πŸ˜‰

The people may be divided

But still, they are united

Parkrun is now prohibited

Alone, we have to run – uninhibited

And ensure we give a 2-meter pass

So, Mr Corona you can kiss my ass.

About charliecountryboy

Carpenter and Carpentry Lecturer. Writer, 5k and 10k runner, musician. Curious about life and all those wonderful people in it.
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19 Responses to Not Really Poetry

  1. Well you can run and get outdoors.. yay.. πŸ˜‰

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  2. The Hinoeuma says:

    LMAO! Righteous! πŸ˜†

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  3. Carolyn Page says:

    Charlie, I had no idea you were a poet extraordinaire! πŸ€“
    And your punchline was a beauty! πŸ˜‚
    Running and kicking ass. What a delightful combination….. 😎
    xoxoxo

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  4. Nice one, Charlie. I can hear the Northern accent in the rhyming of ‘pass’ and ‘ass’. Down here in Devon it would have been ‘pass’ and ‘arse’! There is a long, rolling R in both words. Would still like to know about the bits you could not publish though.

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    • Thanks, Pete. Yes when I was teaching Hampshire the students used to ask me to say Bus and Bath, then roll about laughing. I used to write on the board how they said it and explain I was the one speaking proper English.
      Bas and Barth πŸ˜‰

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  5. Svelte says:

    Haha, nice. Thanks for sharing, Charlie. Be safe out there.

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  6. K E Garland says:

    LOL not the ending I’d expected lol

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  7. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ

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  8. Love you Charlie!! It’s beautiful!! ❀️

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  9. A fine, uplifting poem for difficult times. Until I saw the comments I hadn’t realised it was possible for pass and ass not to rhyme. πŸ™‚

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  10. BriN says:

    Good one!! And relevant too

    citygirlsdance.wordpress.com

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