Lonesome Little Sweet Drop

If I were a booger

Sticky in sugar

A sweet little ball I’d be.

I would tumble in rice

And play there real nice

Happy go lucky and free.

I could eat all alone

Turn off my cell phone

No one ever hear me.

I know that the others

All those green colors

Jealous of milky me.

And when I was finished

Rice all diminished

Bound to a deep blue sea.

I will soak up the sun

Roll sand and not run

Sunset at dusk I’d be.

Come dawn I’ll stay busy

Swirling and dizzy

Burn off some cal-o-ries.

Draw sand lines with my toes

Crave my nasal bros

Gone astray and fearful me.

I have never been out

From home and I doubt

You think my pals miss me?

Ponder maybe in case?

Get back to my face!

Buddies I need to see.

Although I must hurry

Drying me worries

I miss my friends up thee.

Me longs their attention

At booger mansion

Lost without my nose tree.

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  1. #1 by melissa on May 7, 2011 - 10:53 pm

    hahahaha… it’s the first time i ever read a poem like this… what? an ode to a booger? geez brian…hahaha…

    • #2 by charlie nitric on May 7, 2011 - 11:25 pm

      Hi Melissa – There’s actually a lot more going on in that poem than just that little guy wondering away from his home (hint). 😉 Thank you for reading and commenting. Hope you laughed a little. Happy Mothers Day to the Pacific Rim. 🙂

  2. #3 by Tameka on June 9, 2011 - 4:48 am

    This was cute and icky at the same time. Only you could have pulled this off! I think kids would love this. It should be recited at all kiddie birthday parties! 🙂

    • #4 by charlie nitric on June 9, 2011 - 8:17 am

      HiYa Tameka –

      Oh wow. Now that is a frightful thought indeed. Charlie Nitric being read to children at birthday parties. I can only imagine the emails slamming into my inbox now from mothers pounding on me for creating little monsters hahaha. Thank you for reading me and for commenting. 🙂

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