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Go ahead. Look down your nose at me, for what it’s worth.

You’re taller than me

It has limited value

Can still ground your ass

 

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About Jeannine Bergers Everett

Writer, musician and Red Sox fan. Escaped prisoner of corporate life finding new my new purpose mid life, starting with happily blogging essays and poetry at Mobyjoecafe and Momaiku. Known for humorous but philosophical take on parenting and life's other absurdities. Lover of french food and african dance. Just finished first novel and hoping for the best.

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  1. Someone just told me about your blog via facebook! Believe it or not, I am a haiku-venting mom of a teen boy as well! You simply must visit me at suburbanhaiku.com and contact me about collaborating. Yours in haiku, Peyton Price

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  2. Phyllis Diller Stewart

    I once worked with a wee Scottish woman. Her son was well over six feet tall and she barely broke five feet. I laughed when she told me one day that when she was particularly upset, she’d climb on a kitchen chair and shake a wooden spoon in his face while she told him off. I think their mutual laughter at that point cleared the air.

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