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Yotified Lizbethism

before©Sharon Rose

be yotified she’s trill now
totally a block from Noah
thought sexy bestie, plow
turned metrosexual, so ah?

marathoning,”Breaking Bad”
stress affective flea flocker
Miley Cyrus Syndrome, sad
next time run if hear, triller

Run, run, run, run, run, run
as a Lizbethist, found Kemper
Lizbethism, disorder, no sun
Maris, Maggie, w/o temper

a real Maddie, been named
Pollyanna’s real misnomers
she is on a run, unashamed
life fun, meets all newcomers

of course, it is always for chat
flattery abounds her age is hot
all no’s, they may not hang a hat
constantly she is amused, a snot

fun and laughs, all great masks
living quietly, learning sports
generosity, sharing good flasks
Lizbethist always gives exhorts

favorite of course, her name
giants, lions, tigers, and bears
red, purple, green, acclaim
respect towards her chairs

handshakes and hugs, no thugs
still fun for now learned soccer
cute little names,& even sugg’s
in the south that is short for sugar

Sure I know, heart’s still in tow
Life goes on, apropos, no faux.

Notes: Terms and names from Urban Dictionary.

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  1. September 19, 2014 at 4:13 pm

    Lizbethism…ha… you know i used to watch breaking bad a lot… it’s quite addictive..at one point stopped though…and miley…hope she finds her balance again as i kinda liked her…

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  2. September 19, 2014 at 4:29 pm

    “cute little names,& even sugg’s in the south that is short for sugar
    Sure I know, heart’s still in tow Life goes on, apropos, no faux.” I like and the fact that you used words from urban dic – gives it a very comtempo feel.

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  3. Glenn Buttkus
    September 19, 2014 at 4:39 pm

    Whoever “She” is, she can be proud that at her age she still is tre-trill & a sexy bestie. I once dated a metrosexual, would only have sex in the city; hated all rural areas. Glad to hear that she is a huge history buff, adores Willie the Shake, who might have been a snake some say–always on the run staying ahead of the dreaded Nay-Say fiends. The rhyme scheme
    puts the piece squarely into the classical state of whimsy, & keeps the several degrees of fun at their absolute peak.

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  4. September 19, 2014 at 6:03 pm

    I like the definition of Lizbethism which speaks of it being “followed by a long streak of eating honeybuns”. And I can handle that while “marathoning ‘Breaking Bad'” reruns as “life goes on”. Fun.

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  5. September 19, 2014 at 7:36 pm

    This is brilliant and I imagine someone, two hundred years from now, reading it, as mystified as we are reading Jabberwocky…..I love all the modern allusions, this is very clever!

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  6. September 19, 2014 at 8:19 pm

    Ha.. sometimes good word don’t need to be invented.. they already exist. Good to stay in tune with the city life I guess.. (hmm maybe I’m getting a little lost myself…)

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  7. September 20, 2014 at 7:19 am

    I really like this; if you’re an insider (Claudia is apparently) it probably makes sense, to me … well I haveno idea what it’s about. That said, I enjoyed the smooth rhythms and rhymes which gave this reader a sense of security in an unfamiliar world.

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  8. September 20, 2014 at 2:42 pm

    Love this – wonderful expression of the prompt!

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