A poem about Wieners by Dick Hercules

I am Diklitous Phantasos Hercules!

I am Diklitous Phantasos Hercules!

Dearest Readers,

I am truly sorry, but Mr. Hercules has threatened to arm wrestle me if I do not publish his poetry writing words. By way of forgiveness, I ask you to compare the arms below, which are not mine but very much like them, to the one above. I trust you will understand.

Regrettably yours,

Walt

Funny man showing muscles

To my Lady Loves and Manly Admirers, I wish you well wishes! Ye Gods, how I love you and love how you love me! I bestow upon you an offering written during the summer I worked a food truck servicing Carolinian Beaches! I forget which Carolina, but it was an American one, either North or South. I do so wish you the enjoyment I offer. Are you woman? I would make love to you! Are you man? I challenge you to a Feat of Strength! Regardless, I am in love with you!

~ Diklitous

A Poem About Wieners 

sausages

frankfurters

dogs that are hot

mustards and relish, onions and cheese

these are not poetic words

but they are

like poetry

for my belly

Thank you ~ (You’re Welcome!)

~ Diklitous

22 thoughts on “A poem about Wieners by Dick Hercules

  1. I have worked for two bosses in my life named “Fat Jim” Fat Jim the first once ate 14 hot dogs over the span of an afternoons cookout, Fat Jim #2 ate a foot-long everyday for lunch, who dropped dad first? Fat Jim #1, ski-ing, I blame the exercise, all hale weiners!

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  2. You had me at “Carolinian beaches.” Must have been North Carolina. My granny used to make sauce for the hotdogs from vinegar and ketchup. I always added a bit of Texas Pete. Hot stuff. Great post, Walt.

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    • I remember seeing this comment. I remember replying to it. But I don’t see my reply here. Cleary something has gone very wrong. Very sorry! My wife likes Clint’s Texas Salsa. Thanks for reading and commenting!

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