Posted by: Ron DuBour | March 5, 2016

Bad Grandpa! by There are times I just can’t behave~by rldubour


 

 

Bad Grandpa! by There are times I just can’t behave

Not sure that I should write this
but, going to anyway.
The time I taught my grandson
these few words to say!

He was only four years old
When all this did occur
My daughter could have killed me
That’s what I heard from her.

The Grandpapa and Grandmamma
From out the West they came
To meet their newest grandson who
Was Nicholas by name.

“Dad… Knowing me, as well she did,
My daughter said to me
“Dad – please behave” because she knew
Some mischief there would be.

Perhaps I’d not have said a word
She gave me the idea,
What I could have our Nicky say
I grinned from ear to ear.

The night had come for dinner
they all looked their very best.
How I wish that I was there to watch
my Nicky pass his test.

They all were seated neatly appetizers
now at hand
The waitress turns to Nick and asked,
“What would you like young man?”

He stared right into her eyes and said,
“I am not ready yet.”
“My grandpa said that I should try,
“All I want is sex.”

Grandparents started choking his
Parents turning red.
The place was in a uproar,
from what this four year old just said!

My daughter tried to hide embarrassed
deep within.
“My dad!…when I get home I am just
going to kill him!”


Responses

  1. interesting response from the grandson

    On Sat, Mar 5, 2016 at 12:25 PM, OUR POETRY CORNER wrote:

    > Ron DuBour posted: ” Bad Grandpa! by There are times I just can’t > behave Not sure that I should write this but, going to anyway. The time I > taught my grandson these few words to say! He was only four years old When > all this did occur My daughter” >


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