What’s your twenty?


Purple feeble pest
(slightly hollow)
and leaning just one
breath south
-ward of my

Consolation prize:
this soil
………-ed donkey is just




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10 Responses to What’s your twenty?

  1. gh0stpupp3t says:

    A soiled donkey? LOLOLOLOL

  2. gh0stpupp3t says:

    Reblogged this on Gh0stpupp3t's Realm and commented:
    Soiled donkey…. too funny. 🙂

  3. Jim says:

    That purple pest is on its last legs.
    Perhaps dirty donkey will portage.
    A neat time spender here, De. I would love to write like you did. 🙂

  4. Shawna says:

    I’m picturing young Mary traveling on a donkey to Bethlehem for the census, only to pee herself on the way (as any very pregnant woman would). Poor thing. I feel awful for all she went through! Can you even imagine?!

  5. I don’t understand the title. But I do get that someone is in bad shape – having expected something but arriving to find pestilence and a soiled donkey. Though I’m not quite sure what the purple pests are.

    • whimsygizmo says:

      “What’s your 20?” is CB radio slang for “Where are you? What’s your location?”
      pestilence was one of the words given, and I didn’t want it, so I morphed it. For some reason “Purple feeble pest (or past) silence and leaning just one breath southward” cracked me up as the answer to “Where are you?” 😉

      • espresso and a cherry says:

        I thought it was more like “What do you think makes 20 the best age?” or “What were you like at 20?” Well I was purple, feeble, and a pest, of course! And I was “eye lent.” Always looking around, trying to figure things out. “Leaning one breath southward of my stick”? Head between my knees? Or was that supposed to infer “schtick”? “Soil” turns into “soul” … so sad to think of your soul as a consolation prize. 😦

      • Oh, yes… “breaker 19” brings back memories! I always wanted a “handle” 🙂
        And I see how “what’s your 20” could get very philosophical! 🙂

  6. Jae Rose says:

    I will always remember my – stic …very clever and made me 🙂 Roger, roger over and out…

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