Flannel Likes Your Grandma

 

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Comforters are insecure

Blankets hide in between secrets

Muffling the truth of the matter

Pillows make lewd suggestions

To any side of the head

That happens to take an interest

Sheets are cold at first

Until they warm up to you

King, Queen, Full, and Twin

Are an incestuous family

Linen loses it around bedtime

Bedspreads are nice at night

A ruckus in the morning

Throws miss the spot

Quilts always get confused

About life’s bits and pieces

Coverlets and Duvets argue

Endlessly about standing alone

Memory Foam never forgets

a shapely ass and a good boob job

Thread Counts weave tall tales

Down begins all fluffy and nice

Then becomes one big prick

Flannel likes your grandma

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36 Responses to Flannel Likes Your Grandma

  1. calensariel says:

    I love this just as much as Sacred Clothing. Would love to be in your head and hear the process you go through when you write. That would be such an adventure.

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  2. I loved this. So clever.

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  3. teekytwigg says:

    Absolutely love this. Just brilliant!

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  4. domusgrata says:

    Like it! Another hit!

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  5. Wendy B says:

    The photos caught my attn. The first one captures a bit of old time seduction. Each line inspired different thoughts. The photos inspired emotions like a blank coloring page and the words you added were like color crayons. Fifty Sheets of Grey.

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  6. othermary says:

    What fun! I didn’t realize there were so many different types of bedding. And the pictures are wonderful too. Love the bear…lol.

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  7. Elan
    Charming, witty, elegant writing. i like this very much – Thank You.

    Best wishes

    john

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  8. Gorgeous poem. Absolutely a treasure. Beautifully written, fresh and original.

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  9. skat says:

    Sheer brilliance!

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  10. Reblogged this on The Errorist Manifesto and commented:
    A wonderfully descriptive and very witty poem by Elan Mudrow.

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  11. Cute and quirky I love it.

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  12. biochemlife says:

    Makes me want to snuggle and avoid the down.

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  13. And I am wondering all the time what is ALL in your MIND as you write all of this??? 🙂

    I like the way you see things and make it an inspiration for writing. Wow … you are awesome …

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  14. Oh and not to forget! I love all your pics! Really artistic! Where ever you got it from! 🙂

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  15. vivachange77 says:

    I love the pictures, especially the second one. I am a Grandmother who loves flannel. It is such fun to read your poetry with its mixture of intelligence and wit. 🙂

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  16. Lovely, dark, and deep, and funny!

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  17. Clever, sexy, wrong, right, this has everything.

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  18. mkmacinnes says:

    beautifully crafted … like fine lace …

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  19. EllieTaylor says:

    This is wonderful. I’m so glad I took the time to come over to your blog, also thank you for coming to mine.

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  20. I love it. Going back to read it a few more times right now!

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  21. Ha, truth – nice one! Down, reveals why it’s called down, eventually. I have a love / hate relationship with it.

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  22. That is nice! 🙂

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  23. Shared your post on FB. Loved it –

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  24. erickeyswriter says:

    Wonderful stuff. I especially love that pic at the end!

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