Friday, January 2, 2009

Poetry for Y'all

This is for those who think genealogy is for the birds!

Just the thing to get some reaction from some of my supporters????

Heredity, A Genealogy Poem

I saw a duck the other day,
It had the feet of my Aunt Faye.
Then it walked, was heading South,
It waddled like my Uncle Ralph.

And when it turned, I must propose,
It's bill was formed like Aunt Jane's nose.
I thought, "Oh, no! It's just my luck,
Someday I'll look just like a duck."

I sobbed to Mom about my fears,
And she said, "Honey, dry your tears.
You look like me, so walk with pride,
Those folks are all from Daddy's side."

Author Unknown

Thanks for reading. Now post!
Bruce Stewart

5 comments:

  1. Ha Ha Ha! Very funny.

    Great start to the blog, Bruce, I hope you really get into it and start getting lots of visitors.

    Cheers,

    Paul

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  2. Nice little ditty, Bruce. And nice start to your blog, too. It goes without saying...but...keep up the good work!
    -- Stew

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  3. That explains all the quacking!

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  4. This Stewart storybook will hit the racks soon. This I know. Folks how about brainstorming a title. Let yourself go like-- landlovers or gangs all here or who's who or long way from Kynacan or journey or move on out Keep them coming! There's a right title awaiting. What does January 4 mean to you, my love? MK

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  5. Duh! I think I once had a daughter born on that day, but that was a long time ago

    Gosh, are you pregnant again?????

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