A Really Awful Friend at the Airport



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The heading may be obscure to many moderns, and to Americans in particular.  It refers to ‘Aerodrome’ which used to be a term to cover all places where aeroplanes landed and took off, often just referred to as the ‘drome.  I would often go to the ‘drome’ with my father for a ‘flip’ in our ‘kite’ (a Hornet Moth).  An airport was simply a more snooty aerodrome.  Thus a ‘Palindrome’ (words or sentences reading the same backwards as forwards) can be a pal in drome!

 Pooky’s Poems prompts today to ‘write a poem in which
the first phrase is also the last phrase’.

YakRed Nude

‘Kay, a red nude, peeped under a yak,’

Why did she clothes so ruddily lack?
  Yak, as mac for knack of flash attack? 
‘Oh, Kay!’ not ‘Okay!’  would be on track!
Up peers such a hack is out of whack,
Why pack her rack beneath a yak stack? 

From end of first line, if you read back:

‘kay a rednu depeep edun der a yaK’

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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30 Responses to A Really Awful Friend at the Airport

  1. Ruth2Day says:

    oh my word, all I’m hearing now is yakkity yak, don’t look back! GRRRRRR! get it our of my brain

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  2. I am discombobulated totally!

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  3. Anthony says:

    This was a mouth full. Lol!

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  4. Thanks for explaining your title, Col. 😆 Very clever poem. I concur with bulldog about the amazingness.
    btw; That red nude is rather buck some.

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  5. bulldog says:

    I don’t know how you do this but you do always amaze me… brilliant…

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  6. This one is the bomb, Col.

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  7. Sonel says:

    LOL! Beautiful pal in drome Col! 😀 You always know how to make me smile, even at 2 in the morning when I can’t sleep! 😆 Great take on the challenge as usual. You have an excellent way with words indeed! 🙂

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  8. equinoxio21 says:

    Amazing! You do have your own kind of Fog, as I can see.
    Could be a limmerick. Reminded me of this one:
    “There was a young lady from Niger
    “Who smiled as she rode upon a tiger.
    “They returned from the ride
    “With the Lady inside
    “And the smile on the face of the tiger.”
    (Wonder how it reads backwards? Or should I say: sdrawkcab?
    Thank for your constant exploration, deconstruction and disintegration of the English language! 🙂
    Take care
    Brian

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  9. PookyH says:

    fabulous! Should not be read whilst drunk…

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  10. bluebee says:

    Kay packing a rack conjures up a new version of Wonderwoman shooting from the… Methinks you’ve been fraternising too much with the Gingerfightbackboy

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  11. nrhatch says:

    I figured you’d put that yak in a kayak at some point!

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  12. CC Champagne says:

    Even though I am at this time of night too tired to try to make sense of this I really love your take on the prompt! It made me smile!

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  13. The Asian says:

    Where was the nudity warning this time? 😉

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  14. misswhiplash says:

    Ooooh eeeeer! Not got the knack to understand yak

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  15. disperser says:

    . . . more effort than I would have put into it . . .

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