Silly Sunday with Pompoms

pineapples, humour, poetry, pompoms

Penelope PomPom was cool

She didn’t like following the rules

She still wanted to be naughty

Despite being past forty

And just loved acting the fool


She kept herself looking good

The envy of the Mums in the hood

With her spiky green hair

And bright pink outerwear

She worked it like nobody could!


Her kids just thought her the best

She could twerk and floss with the rest

Their friends would come running

When they saw Penny coming

She would always make them less stressed.


Poem by  Judy Martin©

Pineapple   play by Sandra Dorey©


Penelope Pompom has turned the corner and is enjoying life again – maybe a bit too much. 🙂



14 responses to “Silly Sunday with Pompoms

  1. I don’t know what you’re on but I want some. Mad!

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  2. Yay for Penelope! That’s the great thing about turning the corner. Some of the energy and creativity one had as young girl comes back.

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  3. Ha, Ha! You have so many pineapples!

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  4. Oh, you naughty women! 🤣 🥰

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  5. 💜💜💜

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