Who is You?

I am mighty glad to at last be at the Dverse Lounge answering Merrildsmith’s challenge. Eponymous came to mind yesterday. I wondered what it meant and decided to lend my name to it. Now I’m you, lol!

Eponymous is my name
Mom says, “Come here you”!
You answer just the same
Though you’re not the one
Who bore the blame

Therefore, You’re not you,
I’m the one they seek
Who, though truly due
Unrequited, unafraid to speak
Am here, munching cookies
All the same

18 thoughts on “Who is You?

  1. merrildsmith says:

    So clever. You made me laugh with this one.
    It also made me think of how when my older daughter was maybe about two years old, she said “you” when she meant “me.”

  2. kim881 says:

    You made me smile! My dad used to go through a list of three names when we were younger before he said ‘you’. Strangely, as he got older, and especially before he died, he remembered my name.

  3. lillian says:

    Chuckled at the end…munching cookies indeed!
    I’m reminded of an Easter many years ago. We’d dyed Easter eggs and put names on them with those wax pencils that came in the kit…our two children’s names, mom, dad, Toby (our big husky) and Lyra (our German Shepherd). They were all in a basket on our low coffee table in the family room. We woke up a few mornings before Easter and went down to the family room. Toby was sitting next to the coffee table, basket upended, only the Toby egg still intact (really!). Eggshell shards and that green fake grass all over the floor and Toby looking up at us like he was saying “It wasn’t me!!!” But his whiskers were all crusted with egg shells! 😊😳😂. Thanks for the memory!

    1. Waltermarks says:

      I can’t imagine anyone doing something that greedy, (yum). Unless they were chocolate eggs. Thanks for the laugh. It’s great to be back for a little bit.

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