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Comic Observations By A Ten Year Old On The Perplexities Of Life.

Updated on March 15, 2011

Comic observations by a ten-year old on the perplexites of human biological functions.


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Beneath the sink
in my house

of three sisters
is a box or two

of mysterious origin
tucked way in the back

as if trying to hide a treasure
funny little paper wrapped

tubes with a string attached
mini-rockets of some kind,

that they only pay attention too
once in a while,

but then I never know what

becomes of them

these tubular cardboard dilemma's

lying in neat rows

like sardines unserved
I shake my head

and quickly shove them back

beneath the copper pipes
And then there are

the panty shields???
I know of course what

panties are even at 10
but shields???

When I think of shields

I picture
a quarter inch thick,

steel plate bent to deflect
cannon balls,

guided missiles, and

six inch swords
but panty shields...

what the heck are they

protecting down there?
Of course I've always been

the curious adolescent
even at a much younger age

I would explore the forbidden fruits
it's not my first encounter

with the strange things stored round here
I used to love to open

my Daddies very top drawer
that he always assumed

was too high for me to reach
chairs are a wonderful invention

that boosted many a child's
level of education to

a higher degree of c

omprehension of life.

inside that drawer I would find

these round slippery rubber things
encased in a bright foil pack,

they would wiggle and squirm in
the square that held them

so very snugly in

their liquid place,
it piqued my curiosities..

so much that I'd further my study
I used to get a needle

and poke them to see

if any one of
those little suckers were alive!!!!!!!

"That's probably why Mom

had five kids and a hysterectomy!"


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