Tuesday, December 06, 2005

A Poem - "Corner Time"

How I hate Corner Time,
standing straight and tall.
But when you leave the room,
I slump against the wall!

I feel so very childish,
I feel so very small,
I feel so very angry,
as the clock ticks in the hall.

What time is it I wonder?
Why did you take my watch?
I cannot take this torment!
I didn’t ‘dis’ you much!!

I stare into the corner,
hands clasped behind my neck.
My angry tears start falling,
Oh, what the f---ing heck!!

I hear your footsteps coming,
Is this the end? I’m glad!
I smile at you angelically,
but you know that I’ve been bad!

You take the Loopy Johnny,
and whip my butt real good.
I must do Corner Time again,
but this time - it’s in the nude!!

C

16 Comments:

At 8.12.05, Blogger Storm Rider said...

I like the comment " I did'nt dis you much" LOL
I wonder what time it is?LOL

 
At 9.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Thanks for your comment storm rider. I really appreciate it!
I think you've got a really cool blog! I love the American Indian Theme!

C

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger padme said...

Great poem C. :)

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Thank you shyanne :) Sorry I havent been to your blog lately - been quite busy with family issues.
I hope you have a really lovely Christmas!

C

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger wind walker said...

thank you for stopping by my blog & bringing it to my attention that storm & i were kinda hard to track down!! i enjoy your blog and can't wait to read more from the both of you!!

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Hi Wind Walker,
I have bookmarked you but would really like to link to you. May we do this? R doesn't come home till next week so if agreeable by you he will do it then (I'm a bit of a technophobe and have no idea how to do such things!LOL!)

What is that carving on your paddle? It looks like a root vegetable of some description? Is it a large oversized yam??

C

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger wind walker said...

actually, i'm not sure what a yam looks like (lol), but the design on my paddle is a feather that's wrapped on the bottom with ribbons. it's based on an native american custom and storm loves the idea of feeling a feather imprint...

i would love to be linked!

 
At 10.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Sorry, we call them yams over here (UK) I think in the US and Canada you call them sweet potatoes?

R will link you in next week :)

When I was in college in the US I asked this guy sitting next to me if I could use his rubber - the poor guy looked totally freaked out! In the UK a rubber means an eraser! Believe me I never made that mistake again!! LOL!!

C

 
At 11.12.05, Blogger rivka said...

:) Great poem! Thank you for your comment on my blog.

 
At 12.12.05, Blogger Storm Rider said...

I just re-read your poem, I think
Dwight Yokum wrote a song about that!

 
At 13.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Hi Storm rider,

I've never actually heard of Dwight Yokum? I didn't think there would be any songs about domestic discipline or corner time? Are there?

C

 
At 14.12.05, Blogger padme said...

Thank you C for your wonderful comments on my blog this morning. They meant the world to me. :)
I loved that you commented on my Master's blog post to me. Thank you for all your support and friendship...
HUGS

 
At 15.12.05, Blogger Storm Rider said...

Im teasing sweety! They make country songs out of anything!LOL

 
At 16.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

Storm, for a moment, I thought you were accusing me of plagerism. Lol!

 
At 16.12.05, Blogger Storm Rider said...

Oh sweety I love comming over here buy you have to update just a LITTLE bit more Sweety!

 
At 16.12.05, Blogger C's Correction said...

LOL Storm you are funny! Ok, ok, I will get my lazy arse in gear and write something. The only prob is I don't have your imagination so can't think of anything to write. Also your blog is so colorful whilst mine is so boring!

R works away, I havent seen him for 2 weeks... so there hasn't been much opportunity to be punished for doing something naughty ;)

C

 

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