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I wrote this for my mom when she turned 50. It is meant to be funny. I haven't seen a whole lot of humor poems on here, so I hope you enjoy.
IN ANSWER TO A QUESTION: Yes my mom did laugh, she has a very good sense of humor.
Turning 50 is sometimes a little scary
but never fear, for I am here
To explain things that make you wary.
First of all, in case you fall
A cane may come in handy
If you use it right and your steps are small
you won't end up on your fanny.
Rogaine for women is available too
you just use it like your normal shampoo.
Beltones are tiny and fit in your ears
And you'll be able to hear for the next 50 years.
Denture cream can be found
at your local Wal-mart
Be sure they're in safe and sound
befor you say something smart
It weakens the bite
when your dentures take flight.
Wearing glasses shouldn't fill you with gloom
Because you won't have to read this
From across the room.
Now you may wonder when my help ends
But I guess that just "Depends".
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