Onomatopoeia Flu

Blah!

A sniffle a snort
A wheeze and a sneeze
A belch a burp and a moan.

A slurp a sigh
A hiss and a buzz
A babble a wow and a groan.

An utter a sputter
A mumble and a grumble
A barf a spit and a spew.

A cough a hack
A hum and a yawn
A sheesh then finally…a whew!

There are flues that can make smoke float up,
And there are flues that can make folks lie down.
But the Onomatopoeia Flu is the only flu
That can make you make really weird sounds.

 
From Poem Man

 
 

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About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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31 Responses to Onomatopoeia Flu

  1. raulconde001 says:

    I like your poem.:)

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  2. Perfect! About to read it out to Mr FND who is currently making weird sounds.

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  3. rsvendsen07 says:

    This is fun! Great job. 😃

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  4. As somebody that hasn’t listened to an onomatopoeia in a while (at least from what I remember), this blog post was fun to read.

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  5. smithaw50 says:

    Clever! A fun read. Almost of a rhythm with Jobim’s “Waters of March.”

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  6. An intro to your poetry for me. Loved it, very clever!

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  7. InfiniteZip says:

    A fun read….like music class all over again…although with cabbage for dinner may have our own version happening…no flu involved….thank god!!!!

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  8. kirizar says:

    Perfectly stated and right on time for the cold and flu season…unfortunately.

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  9. M-R says:

    VERY clever. :D

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  10. Beth says:

    This is great! Every teacher ought to have to memorize this before she even starts to introduce the idea to a class.

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  11. DotedOn says:

    Very nice Kurt :)

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