Finish This Poem – “Yoga”

I went along to yoga
I wore my tightest pants
I thought it was a version
Of slow and rhythmic dance.
Instead I stuck my arms out
And stuck my butt up high
It hurt so gosh-darn badly
I thought I’d surely cry.

I went along to yoga
A ball of flailing arms
My phone, of course, vibrated
With calls and loud alarms.
And when I’d finished yoga
They said “Please don’t come back…”

(Can you finish this poem? 😀)

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31 thoughts on “Finish This Poem – “Yoga”

  1. Please don’t come back again; because:
    Your ‘Downward Dog’ is a road-squashed frog;
    Your ‘Warriors’ badly defeated;
    Your plough needs a horse
    And your fish needs a bike –
    There wasn’t a single position to like;
    And when your pants did the banana splits dance
    You made the whole class fall into a trance
    From which they won’t recover;
    But, worst of all,
    Your victory call,
    Like Tarzan of the Apes;
    In tune, it was not;
    In time, no way;
    The worst yodel ever in the world
    Was put to shame today.

    G:)

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  2. I went along to yoga
A ball of flailing arms
My phone, of course, vibrated
With calls and loud alarms.
And when I’d finished yoga
They said “Please don’t come back…”
    Your yoga pants are see through,
    Your phone it bothers all,
    Your hair is full of dandruff,
    And your moves are off the wall.

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