Poems That Tickle My Feet XIV---Fishing With Uncle Larry

Fishing With Uncle Larry - By Pat Gillem

Gil and Uncle Larry went fishing, out on the briny sea,
whenever they were out fishing, they were as happy as can be.
It wasn't long before Gil caught a big one, and it yanked him out of the boat,
it pulled him out so fast, he didn't have time to grab his coat.
He was bounced off the coral, and towed through the kelp,
even if he had wanted to, Uncle Larry could not have helped.
It wasn't very long, until Uncle Larry was getting Frantic,
after about an hour, he was really starting to panic.
Finally Gil swam back up, and his head broke the surface,
Uncle Larry yelled," Man, I was was getting pretty nervous!"
Gil yelled,"you didn't have to worry, that fish was nice as he could be,''
" we were just sitting down at his place, eating cookies and drinking tea."

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PADDYBOY60 5 years ago from Centreville Michigan Author

That picture is the real me. I am just down home. I love talking and good music. Telling stories and listening to good stories. I am somewhat of a nut and love to make people laugh. Of course you can use my lyrics. I would be honored and hope someday to hear what you came up with. I have a mouth harp in my hand in the the picture with one of my dogs. I was using it to plug my cartoon blog and videos that my young son makes me do. He twists my arm until I agree to make one. Just kidding! I have fun doing them. I guess they are somewhat funny.


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WD Curry 111 5 years ago from Space Coast

What kind of chance I could get you to let me use these lyrics for a song? I play a mean Harp. If that picture is really you . . . You would fit in just fine around here.

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