Smorgasbord Blog Magazine – Guest Writer – #Poetry – “Mistaken Identity” by Joy Lennick

Fantastic poem shared on Sally Cronin’s blog from Joy plus links to her books. Snuggle in it will make you smile.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Today Joy shares the joys of being young at heart at eighty-three years old…

MISTAKEN IDENTITY?

An ‘old’ lady?!
(My birth-paper states I’m eighty-three…)
Eighty-three? That can’t be me.
I don’t smell of moth-balls,
or click my teeth,
don’t have arthritis,
or bunioned feet.
A waft of perfume?
Chanel No. 5…
I’m eager and curious,
and glad I’m alive.
When music rings out
I’m there with a jive!
BUT, first thing in the morning
do I spring out of bed?
No, I regretfully admit
I sidle instead.
And how long takes my ‘toilette’?
I, umm…vaguely mumble…
“It takes quite a while
for me to assumble!”

©Joy Lennick 2019

About Joy Lennick

Having worn several hats in my life: wife, mum, secretary, shop-keeper, hotelier; my favourite is the multi-coloured author’s creation. I am an eclectic writer: diary, articles, poetry, short stories and five books. Two books were factual, the third as…

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