late blooming boomer
born in nineteen-fifty-eight
these are the best days
haiku copyright Ronnie F Strong
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a superlative exposition that hugely raises the bar
As Livvy did such an ace job writing a doctor parody, I thought I’d take a crack at writing an education parody for EuphOff! It feels a bit more lilac than purple, but it is full of absolutely terrible puns. I’m not actually entering the contest because I also have the exact same toys to give away and am still trying to figure out the best way to do that (Satisfyer reviews forthcoming!), but this was SO much fun to write. Also, trigger warning: This is a piece about an administrator and a high school student.
“I hear you’ve been behaving very badly,” Principal Johnson said, cupping Tina’s chin in his rugged, yet tender, hand. Tina looked down at her cheeky cleavage and blushed; her button-down white uniform shirt could barely contain her nubile breasts. “I don’t know what you mean,” she said innocently, her enchanting eyelashes…
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Why do we say fall
For her? In love? Why fallen?
When we soar so high?
Haiku and photo copyright Ronnie Strong