A Young Lady Whose Name Is Lou

A young lady whose name is Lou
Has an obsession involving strong glue.
She is extremely posh
And has lots of dosh,
And she’s rather stuck up is Lou!

A young lady whose name is Lou
Has an obsession involving strong glue.
She is extremely posh
And has lots of dosh,
But she’s not as stuck up as you!

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8 thoughts on “A Young Lady Whose Name Is Lou

    1. K Morris Poet Post author

      That’s true, Lou does glue her purse tight closed, and never spends money on clothes. But that’s just the way Lou’s world goes! Thanks for your comment. Best – Kevin

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    2. K Morris Poet Post author

      Thank you, Debbie. Its good to get the old brain working early on in the day. I am, I think a morning rather than an evening person, much of my writing being done in the morning or early afternoon. Do you have particular times when you tend to write, Debbie? Best – Kevin

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      1. debbiejonesalwaysamused

        I’m the opposite really, Kevin, I tend to write in the afternoon & evening, funnily enough! I do like to write when I’m out on my walk, if I’m alone. The only distractions are my own thoughts, as the countryside helps to clear my head of the mundane & fills it with natural beauty, I’m extremely lucky. I always have my phone with me, to take photos, so I type ideas or even whole poems, in the notes section of my iPhone, too, then refine them later. I do get inspired by the outdoors, the weather conditions, sky, sounds, sights etc so it’s logical to get the ideas down as soon as possible, or I can easily forget a word/phrase/verse, and then turn my head inside out trying to remember it! I’ve always been a bit of a night owl, & rubbish at getting up early, so I ease myself gently into the day, then burn a bit of midnight oil haha! I think you’ve probably got it the right way round, Kevin, I fear I’m too long in the tooth to change now, though! 🙂

      2. K Morris Poet Post author

        Thanks for your comment, Debbie. Its interesting how we writers differ in our writing habits. You are, as you say lucky to live in the countryside and the area in which you reside sounds wonderful, (its certainly inspired some great poetry by you). Its interesting that you take notes using your phone, and sometimes write a whole poem whilst out on your walks. I tend to keep poems in my head until I am back at my computer. I have, however thought of taking my laptop along to a pub and write whilst enjoying a leisurely pint of beer. However as liquid and laptops don’t tend to get on very well together I would need to be extremely careful where I to do that!

        Best – Kevin

      3. debbiejonesalwaysamused

        Many thanks for your kind reply & comments, Kevin. It’s quite a skill keeping your poems in your head until you’re in front of your computer. I’m afraid a little distraction & I can lose my train of thought, & sometimes need to search for it again. It maybe only one word I forget, but is most annoying! It’s surprising how often you see people using their laptops in pubs & cafes now, so you wouldn’t look out of place. However, you’re right about laptops & liquid..it may not be you who spills the beer, but after your unfortunate accident with a cup of tea, it could be safer to keep it at home!! Haha!

    3. K Morris Poet Post author

      I do, quite often forget a word or phrase and have to search for it, Debbie. I usually find that the moment I stop worrying about what I have forgotten that the misplaced word or phrase pops back into my head! I shall, I think follow your wise advice and keep my laptop at home! Best – Kevin

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