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Ode to Pooh. A Sonnet-Ode.

Updated on April 24, 2016
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Manatita is an esteemed author living in London, UK. He writes spiritual books, flash fiction and esoteric poetry, his favourite genre.

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Ode to Pooh 2

Beloved Pooh, you’ve given me

A most comforting; most satisfying moment.

Like a fragrant bouquet of lavender flowers,

Presented on Valentine’s Day,

So too, you envelop my being,

With such a sweet delivery!

Bless´ed expulsions!

You’ve taken away the discomfiture,

The endless anxiety of a long train journey.

It was a simple matter of unlocking a desire,

A sweet, yet dying need to expire.

How I love this essential welcomed feat,

Of poetry in motion on a bathroom seat!

For now I bow, to your most magical treat.

-Manatita, 16th March, 2016. Copyrighted.

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      manatita44 17 months ago from london

      A bit stretched yes. Just trying to show the essential goodness in things seemingly unwholesome. Also its good to digress occasionally. Thank you Shauna.

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      Shauna L Bowling 17 months ago from Central Florida

      Manatita, you surprise me quite often of late! When I read the title, I thought your poem would be about Winnie the Pooh. Little did I know you were giving (eloquent) thanks to a daily ritual.

      Scent of lavender? Are you saying your s%@t don't stink???? Tee hee.

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Really funny, Ralph. Ha ha. It's good to laugh. Thanks Bro.

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      Ralph Schwartz 18 months ago from Idaho Falls, Idaho

      Are you developing a new genre of poetry my friend - doo-ing your doo-ty to share it with us all? I'm still laughing !!!

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      manatita44 18 months ago

      HAHA. WANTED TO BE A BIT FUNNY FOR A CHANGE. GRACIAS.

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      Dora Isaac Weithers 18 months ago from The Caribbean

      Manatita, your sweet expressions overflow to the appreciation of any and everything. You simply cannot help it. Shocking an hilarious!

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Ha ha, Hari. You make me laugh too. Funny!

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      Hari Prasad S 18 months ago from Bangalore

      Pooh! awesome.

      The people who struggle everyrday, will know this is a serious matter.

      Hehe. is no easy act.

      - hari

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      manatita44 18 months ago

      At Poetry Cafe, Alicia. Perhaps I'll read same tonight. Haha. Nice surprise, eh. Thank you so much.

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      Linda Crampton 18 months ago from British Columbia, Canada

      This is hilarious! It was a surprise for me when I read it. Like Bill, I was expecting to read something about Winnie the Pooh!

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Ha ha ha. Bill, something different once in a while.

      "Humour, my only Saviour." - Sri Chinmoy.

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      Bill Holland 18 months ago from Olympia, WA

      So funny! You know what I thought when I saw the title? Winnie the Pooh....LOL No worries, you didn't disappoint me with this fun frolic through the bathroom.

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Sweet Shaloo. Glad that you approve. ha ha. Salaam!

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      Shaloo Walia 18 months ago

      Hahaha...totally unexpected from you! I was intrigued by the title but never expected this :)

      Hilarious!!!

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Aah! The Runs ....I will struggle to find a way of making this one positive! My childhood memories ain't so good. Ha ha.

      The burning, the cramps, the weakness, the inconveniences. ..the discomfort ... I once had this at school! I was about five years old. Poor me!

      I'm sure that I can make them useful. Chuckle ... chuckle.

      We're alike, Ruby. We like a good laugh.

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 18 months ago from Southern Illinois

      I can't stop laughing. I am amazed! I love the fact that you can write poetry on any subject. I wrote one entitled, ' The Runs. ' HaHa...

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Thanks Shanmarie. So sorry about the kids. Happy you got some joy from this. He he. Cool!

      Rochelle, very interesting father. Much wisdom there. Thank you so much!

      Missy, so glad you liked it. Yes, very different. I did not read it last night in public. No courage. I read your Hub and poems. I usually do the video too, but I don't recall Bukowski's poem on the subject.

      Yes, a little of my style is this there, but I touch on laughter once in a while. Good for the Soul they tell me.

      Frank, you're the best, man. Funny! Ha ha.

      Jodah, is it good for a public read...a poetry read? Yes, the radical left as well. Ha ha.

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      manatita44 18 months ago from london

      Well, my Brother Venkatachari M,

      You're more even than the others. You show a great spirit of acceptance. I like your stance. Gratitude, Bro.

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      Venkatachari M 18 months ago from Hyderabad, India

      Great, Manatita!!! I am smiling at this ode. A very natural, essential process of daily life. Really it gives so much relief and comfort. Without it you can not feel good. A God's gift it is. I experience these wonders of God often and thank him for his wonderful mechanism.

      Thanks for coming up with an ode to this process of body. Wish you happy days.

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      John Hansen 18 months ago from Queensland Australia

      Manatita, now and then you come up with something like this, totally from left field. I enjoy the humorous change. Funny stuff.

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      Frank Atanacio 18 months ago from Shelton

      Crazy hub.. LOL.. but I get a lot of reading done in my poo time LOL

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      Missy Smith 18 months ago from Florida

      This was so different coming from you, Manatita. Even so, you have found a way to make even pooh sound glorious.

      I think the late Charles Bukowski may have taken your body as a captive on this one, if you watched that video on my last hub, he talks, himself, about a brilliant pooh, although he calls it something different. I did warn who ever took the gander to watch that video to be warned of his straight forward and sometimes vile descriptions of things.

      However, Manatita, Charles did not enter your body. I was joking. lol. Because your pooh smells like roses and his, well...I guess you can say it just smelled like sh**. :/

      I thought, although it was a very shocking subject for me to read coming from you, it was a great thing for you to venture out and go for it with something out of your comfort zone. I must say, you did this very well. We could still feel your original quality, but a very different subject. :)

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      Rochelle Frank 18 months ago from California Gold Country

      My Dad used to visit the racetrack once or twice a year, and he always bet on the horses that defecated just prior to a race-- knowing that they were feeling really good.

      What a creative and observant mind you have.

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      shanmarie 18 months ago

      This was so unexpected from you that I laughed louder than I meant to! Think I disturbed the sleeping kiddos. LOL