Local Vernacular

imaginarygarden  The Tuesday Platform Imagined By Marian
…write a poem containing some kind of local vernacular, slang, or pronunciation

 

I Was Fixin’ To

Jim, the hinge is broken.
Can you fix it, please?
Yes, dear, I was just fixin’ to,
please don’t nag… geez.

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Drives Me Buggy

The shopping cart
dinged the car door.
It is my biggest peeve.
Why won’t people park
their buggies ?
Too lazy, I believe.

 

 

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7 responses to “Local Vernacular

  1. Some anti-social guys sure know how to spoil the broth! Very true debi!

    Hank

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  2. Wonderful response to the prompt Debi 😀

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  3. Can’t tell you how many dings my car has! So annoying!!

    Well done, both.

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  4. Ha, clever. Much enjoyed. k.

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  5. nice use of language here

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  6. Oh the abandoned buggies in the parking lot! The bane of my existence (almost, anyway). My kids think I’m crazy because I bitch about that every single time. The nerve!

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