Friday, February 24, 2012

Poetry Corner: Whoopee Cushion Memories

I've been giggling lately over many memories of the potty humor variety. So, I thought I would share the fun times with a potty humor poem I wrote about one particular memory. 

I'm simply enjoying the chuckle and I hope you have fun with the comedic relief as well. 


Whoopee Cushion Memories

sling shots ‘n bubble gum,
silly putty ‘n water guns,
too many moments to convey
my youth -
but of them all,
my favorite can only be experienced...

deep breath and exhale directed,
captured –
shh…
                 placement
                     is
                                       everything.

creeping up on normalcy
looking
as innocent as can be.
making the drop
isn’t
simple
for it
cannot
be seen.

‘neath cushions ‘n pillows
or simply dropped into seat,
slipped under a descending rump
or blatantly squeezed.

placing a whoopee cushion
is about
the element of surprise
and can only be rated
by the sound of your audience,
your poor victims cries.

By Diana M. Bateman
2007©

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