The sheer curtains that opened up to the evening air
Helped diffuse the hanging flatulent tremors and ease
My normally clean conscience since I inadvertently allowed
The ambrosia escape from under the comforter.

ยฉ 2012 Michael Yost 3/19


JP At Olive Garden
JP At Olive Garden, An Italian Poetry Cafe for Poets To Share and Get Inspired

25 responses to “Ambrosia

  1. I believe that poetry about flatulence is an underserved niche.
    Until now.
    Great answer to the challenge!


  2. Flatulence never fails to make me giggle hysterically but a breath of fresh air always helps. ๐Ÿ˜‰


  3. Wonderful post.


  4. Hmmmm….this poem reminds me of my husband. Not exactly a sweet nectar smell ๐Ÿ˜‰


  5. Yikes! This would give my kids a fit of giggles. Well played!


  6. BWAHAHAHAHAHA! Thanks for the laugh!


  7. Many times I have to let out my ambrosia, before it knocks me out,lol. Great write.


  8. How delightful! You description of what Hubs and I refer to as “purple creepers!” Very funny, well-written, well-designed, well-said – in so few words. Good job!


  9. You know what I love about clicking on booguloo? You never know what you’re going to get. But inevitably, you always leave with a smile on your face!


  10. Love this – haha


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