Family Picnic

Poem By Donal Mahoney

What a lovely present!

I threw last year's away...

Comments about Family Picnic

Hmmm....don't know what to make of this one....
Hey Mark - as if! And the not-quite haiku's a pun on the 'now' (present) of your own poem. See! I'm inspired by your example! Best, Michael
sorry guys, I didn't know I was arguing with anybody! I think there are crossed wires somewhere. All the best, Mark.
please don't argue on my account, both of you are great to me an are both friends i know that i am a beginner and have alot to learn so i really don't mind criticism from both of you no matter how harsh it may be Thank you for being both great friends Love Jodixxx
Mark, who's arguing with who about what? Jodi and I are pen-pals too...

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