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 Airs Sweet Surprise Challenge Poems 4/11/2009
 Pet Fears Challenge Poems 4/6/2009
 I Will Listen Challenge Poems 4/5/2009
 Who Am I ? Challenge Poems 4/5/2009
 The Invisible Threat Challenge Poems 4/4/2009
 The Chicken Dinner Challenge Poems 3/29/2009
 I Shall Be First Challenge Poems 3/29/2009
 Within the Wings of a Butterfly Challenge Poems 3/19/2009
 Monopoly Challenge Poems 3/19/2009
 If I Could Paint It Different Challenge Poems 3/14/2009
 My Dog Challenge Poems 3/12/2009
 Lost and Alone Silly Poems 3/5/2009
 End of The Road Challenge Poems 2/22/2009
 One Step Away Challenge Poems 2/20/2009
 Time Challenge Poems 2/18/2009
 Changes Challenge Poems 2/16/2009
 May Challenge Poems 2/14/2009
 If I Don't Win Challenge Poems 2/14/2009
 It's the Thought That Counts Challenge Poems 2/14/2009
 When the Bough Breaks Challenge Poems 2/14/2009
 The Things I Love Challenge Poems 2/8/2009
 Roast Beef Challenge Poems 2/7/2009
 A Friend For Life Challenge Poems 2/7/2009
 This Could Be the Hour Challenge Poems 2/1/2009
 Bob The Cow Challenge Poems 1/31/2009
 My Call To Starlite Duty Challenge Poems 1/29/2009
 A Place To Call Home Challenge Poems 1/24/2009
 My Dinner Rolls Challenge Poems 1/22/2009
 Winter Challenge Poems 1/18/2009
 Shopping Day Catastrophe Challenge Poems 1/18/2009
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Airs Sweet Surprise

My wife ,not home the usual time
Still very busy working
Had telephoned and I replied
'Don't worry I'll be cooking.'

She pulled into the drive at dusk
and soon was made aware
The odor of airs sweet surprise
had quickly filled the air

The table set with silverware
A setting just for two
The food was hot and all prepared
But still she had no clue

She soon discovered what I planned
and never acted shocked
Instead she said ,'Next time you cook
please hide the pizza box.'

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