Fairy Farts

You look like an angel,
So sweet
So petite
Your smile is enormous
Your hair is quite neat,
It curls in cute ringlets
Completing the look
Of an angelic girl
From a fairytale book.
But the thing is
Your smells do not
Go with your looks;
Do they talk about farting
In fairytale books?
In an olympics in farting,
You’d win;
Your competitors, gassed,
Would quite quickly give in.
The smells you produce
Are remarkably foul
And of each of those smells
You’re remarkably proud.
You are yet prouder still
When your farts make big noise
And you smile and you laugh
And you shout to the boys
I did a great fart,
Come and give it a smell!
And because they’re five too
Their young hearts beat and swell.
It is hard to believe
That one so sweet and small
Could be the world’s
Very best farter of all.

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6 Responses to Fairy Farts

  1. Em says:

    😀 omg Pooky this is my ultimate favourite of all your poems 🙂 thank you for this gender stereotype busting gem and for the belly laughs it has brought me 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  2. What a great poem. That child has chutzpah, I admire her style.

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  3. She’s obviouly heard of better out than in! 🙂 Even for fairies.

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  4. jfb57 says:

    Fabulous! I can imagine that young lady parading her skill!

    Liked by 1 person

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