January 18th…“DID YOU EVER RECEIVE ADVICE FROM FAMILY AND FRIENDS OVER THE YEARS?
POEM – “Sages n Seers” by N. Elliott Noorlun
Sages n seers, Throughout my years,
Would share wisdom, Both sober n silly,
And as they portrayed it, As some even sprayed it,
It stuck with each Sally n Billy.
Like teacher we knew, Who was a true blue,
While we, as his students, All grinned,
“On a strong, blustery day, What’er you may play”,
“You should never spit into the wind!”.
Then once, at a function, This kid had the unction,
To a waitress, A tip he did show,
It sure wasn’t money, He offered the honey,
But said, “Never eat yellow snow!”
There’s the cutest guffaw, That I ever saw,
That was posted by some little tart.
“Whatever you do, Even if you turn blue,”
“When you’re old never trust your own fart!”