Everybody Jiggles When They Wiggle

I heard a new sound on my afternoon walk yesterday.
It was like a swish, but a little more metallic, zippier.
We’ll call it a zwish.

Zwish, Zwish, Zwish
What’s that sound I wondered,
looking around for the source.

Bah! Laughter ensues when I pinpoint its origin.
Zwish is the sound my jeans make when my thighs rub together.

Humbling, most certainly.
The thigh gap is the place we all want to be.

But let’s get real for just a moment.
The thigh gap exists only in the bow-legged crevices of skinny skeletons.
Skeletons don’t have breasts.
And who, pray tell, doesn’t like boobies.
Even old biddies where shirts claiming ‘I Love Titties!’

Once I accepted I can’t have these real luscious lumps,
whilst still achieving this mythical hole,
the decision was easy.

Embrace the Zwish!

Zwish Zwish Zwish Zwish,
I walked bobbing my head.
Add a little pep in my step, pick up this tempo.

Boom! Boom!
Those beloved boobies come out to play again,
providing the percussion to my new body of work.

Zwish Zwish Boom! Zwish Zwish Boom!

Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum!
The rhythm even quicker now,
with my heartbeat added to the drum line.

Huf Puf Huf Puf Huf Puf Uugghh!
Heavy breathing and groaning added for vocal.

Zwish Zwish Boom! Zwish Zwish Boom!
Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum!
Huf Puf Huf Puf Huf Puf Uugghh!

Oh ya, I’m digging this fresh new beat my body is laying down.

Zwish Zwish Boom! Zwish Zwish Boom!
Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum Bu Bum!
Huf Puf Huf Puf Huf Puf Uugghh!
Pfff! Brrrrtt!

Thank you Chili lunch
for adding the missing brass!
A little raspberry tart was all it took
to finish this humbling harmony.

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Move to the Beat of your own rhythm
and enjoy these related posts on Free The Truth:
DJ Wood
Quotable!

Header artwork by: Kyle’s Art, can be found at: @KyleandFriendspt.2

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