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If Mona Lisa Had A Bicycle!

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The Mona Lisa is just a picture without a bike at her side.

How much prettier would she be if she had a bike to ride?

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Mona Lisa was painted with such a beguiling smile.

Give Mona Lisa a bike; she’ll smile a smile as wide as a mile!

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The Mona Lisa is a fixture more than Whistler’s mother.

The Mona Lisa is a pretty picture like so many others.

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She has that Mona Lisa look with that Mona Lisa smile.

But- the Mona Lisa riding a bike would be even more worthwhile.

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Many artists have taken the brush and painted a pretty girl.

Many took a brush and gave it a curl, and swirl, and a twirl.

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It started eons ago on the caveman’s walls.

Without being rude let me exude, what puts a tent in my overalls.

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She’s the picture of elegance of course.

She flows and seems to use no force.

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She has “that” look. She has “that” dress.

She has class and knows finesse!

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She’s right at home with work and play.

She always knows the words to say.

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She fits right in with any occasion.

She’s superior with tact and persuasion.

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She has so many assets and attributes.

But how do I describe and define her absolutes?

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I could take inventory again and again.

And yes, how does one truly begin?

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Some might go on about her flowing hair.

Some might prefer to dwell on her derriere.

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It may have won some prestigious award.

She has so many assets and many I disregard.

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She’s humble and has such a lovely smile.

She has those ways to charm and beguile.

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Dents and flaws seem to be nonexistent.

She has an aura. She has a beautiful scent.

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The Mona Lisa is just another picture.

Without a bicycle, she’s a museum fixture.

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Mona Lisa what is the secret that you hide?

Did Leonardo ask you to go for a bicycle ride?

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The colors are nice and it’s painted by a master.

But God gave the Mona Lisa a bike and made her faster!

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God gave Mona Lisa life and wheels with wings.

Her instrument is the bicycle. She plays. It sings!

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I see my love riding fast and smooth, with riders all around.

Her torso never moves each time her pedal comes down.

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She takes a pull at the front and then she moves to the side.

Only the smoothest moves are made when she’s on a bicycle ride.

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She’s focused on the task at hand as anyone can see.

She moves with such great ease like a master of Tai Chi.

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This mobile work of art blends into every situation.

Her smooth and cohesive riding style is worthy of emulation.

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She’s fluid. She has no resistance to stress.

It’s a dynamic viscosity that she doth possess!

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She doesn’t just go but she will quickly flow.

Now watch her pedal action and keep her tempo.

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On the flats she’s maybe 90 rpms or more.

She considers this pleasure, it’s not a chore.

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The pedals are rotating up and down.

That perfect circle is made as the crank is spinning around.

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She holds her line, she’s steady, and she’s true.

She’s a grand lady and please don’t misconstrue.

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But every attack you make she’ll try to negate.

She’ll pull her weight and then accelerate.

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This is no fiction! She has no friction.

This cycling Mona Lisa is now my addiction.

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God’s paint brush has now finished my picture.

She’s a part of my heart that is a permanent fixture.

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Mona Lisa is so smooth. She’s sweet!

She’s a work of art on a crowded street.

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I adore the style with which she rides.

She doesn’t merely ride, she glides!

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I often wonder if she was really earth-born.

This Mona Lisa is a rose without a thorn!

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It’s so funny that when she’s not on her bike,

I have no idea what she really looks like.

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You keep that painting in the Louvre.

You see, it’s not 3-D and it just doesn’t move.

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But this cycling Mona Lisa is the Mona Lisa I see.

She’s so smooth she’ll slow down and ride with me!

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She’s moving music and mobile art.

She took my wheel and took my heart.

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Did I say she's really good at changing "flats"?

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Comments

Freya Cesare from Borneo Island, Indonesia on September 20, 2017:

Hi, King Micky. Remember me?

You made a cute poem again. Love it. But poor Monalisa; scrolled down, she look more and more distorted. Monalisa with muscle? Ouch! hehe.

I hope you well, my dear friend.

Missy Smith from Florida on November 30, 2016:

So unique. Very cute poem.

Dave McClure from Worcester, UK on March 23, 2013:

Hi Micky - never seen this one before - special, man!!

penofangel on January 07, 2012:

hi Micky! You reall made a nice blog colleccting all those funny photos.. i really like all most all of them and the poem was so good!!!! :)

Micky Dee (author) on February 16, 2011:

Yo vocalcoach! Oh my dear- you know I love you! God bless you.

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on February 15, 2011:

Ah Micky....Spendid! Just when I think to myself (as I am reading one of your hubs) "he certainly can't top this one"...here you go...creating yet another. Bookmarking this and sending to friends to brighten their day, as this did mine. More love to you Micky!

Micky Dee (author) on November 11, 2010:

Thank you jandee. God bless!

jandee on November 11, 2010:

'Brilliant' from jandee

Micky Dee (author) on October 16, 2010:

Go on and right and Write on Brother Rich! I'll be to see you soon! I'm glad you had a good time Bro! God bless you Son!

richtwf on October 16, 2010:

A ridingly funny journey - thanks for the laughs brother Micky!

Old Leonardo - Renaissance Man

one who painted Mona Lisa

born in Italy - land of pizza

His mind five centuries ahead of time

but certainly never showed

the art of rapping rhyme!

Fellow brotherly scribes,

Ritchie

Micky Dee (author) on August 11, 2010:

Oh Dear Sa'ge! Thank you for having fun here. I love you Girl! God bless!

Sa`ge from Barefoot Island on August 11, 2010:

OMG! I love this one. You really did something different and it is fabulous! Goes beyond creative, what can I say!

thumbs all across on this one! I know I am late but hey, I am still catching up! :D Luv yaz ~aloha~

Micky Dee (author) on June 21, 2010:

Hi Dim! I am so glad you enjoyed this! Thank you Dear!

Dim Flaxenwick from Great Britain on June 21, 2010:

That was the funniest thing I've seen in a long time. Well done Micky. Brilliant.!

Micky Dee (author) on June 20, 2010:

Hi BkCreative! Thank you for coming and I love that you love it! Thank you!

BkCreative from Brooklyn, New York City on June 18, 2010:

There is no where else on earth I could find anything like this. Not even in my closet. And a Mr. Bean Mona Lisa, too? Wow!

Well, this is just brilliant Micky Dee. It just takes you in and you keep gawking and gawking and wondering what kind of person could think of something like this. Only a true bicyclist slash poet I have to say.

Thanks for so much fun on a sunny Friday morning in NYC!

Rated up of course and hilarious!

Micky Dee (author) on June 02, 2010:

Epigramman - you are a mess! I need a Mona Lisa in my life! But- would I just drag her down to my level? Thank you Epigramman!

epigramman on June 02, 2010:

If Mona Lisa had a bicycle - she would pass by Lance Armstrong to catch up with you Mister Sir of Dee!!!!

Micky Dee (author) on May 31, 2010:

Hey Debarshi Dutta! I hope she was okay with this. Thank you Sir! It's always a pleasure to see your avatar!

Debarshi Dutta from Calcutta on May 31, 2010:

A very very funny one on Mona Lisa...

What did Mona say?

Micky Dee (author) on May 28, 2010:

Yo Rizwan Amjed! Thank you for your WOW!

Micky Dee (author) on May 28, 2010:

Hey there Tatjana-Mihaela! She does need a bicycle so!

Rizwan Amjed on May 28, 2010:

Simply WOW

Tatjana-Mihaela from Zadar, CROATIA on May 27, 2010:

Well done, MD ! Mona Lisa would really need the bicycle.

Micky Dee (author) on May 27, 2010:

Yes Ma'am Mbwalz! I'm very interested! Thank you Ma'am!

MaryBeth Walz from Maine on May 27, 2010:

Micky Dee - my blog for the trip is : http://www.ohzutalors.blogspot.com/

If interested!

Micky Dee (author) on May 27, 2010:

Howdy Mbwalz! Yes, I've missed you. I hope the family is fine and seems to be! France!!! Bicycle country!!! I will always love France!!! They are civilized toward the bicycle!!! Thank you for your update.

Micky Dee (author) on May 27, 2010:

Hey there Coolmon! I'm glad you had a good time! Thank you Dear!

Micky Dee (author) on May 27, 2010:

Yo Epigramman Man! You are a scream! Dude- I love your poems! Thank you!

MaryBeth Walz from Maine on May 27, 2010:

That was Hilarious!!

Thanks for checkin' in on me Micky Dee. I have been busy - family and I leave next week for 3 weeks in France. Have lost my mind!!! House looks like a bomb blew up our suit cases.

Take care!!

Coolmon2009 from Texas, USA on May 27, 2010:

You made me laugh, thanks for this funny enjoyable article :)

epigramman on May 27, 2010:

gotta come back to this hub and say that I would like to see Mona Lisa in the painting by EDVARD MUNCH - THE SCREAM!!

I scream you scream we all scream - not for ice cream - but for anything by MR. DEE!

Micky Dee (author) on May 27, 2010:

2uesday- you are so delightful! Thank you Dear. Now I must get over your way! I need to see what new things have been growing in your hub! Thank you Dear!

2uesday on May 27, 2010:

Hi Micky - Not many people could read this with out a smile. Except maybe the lady herself. I think you have solved a mystery - looking at the picture of the Mona Lisa walking on the beach with her shores in her hand - she looks much happier than in the original. Now I know why she was not smiling for her portrait, her new shoes were too painful.

Lots of work went into this, you earn all the good comments you get, well done.

Micky Dee (author) on May 26, 2010:

Thank you Tony. Be at peace Sir!

Tony McGregor from South Africa on May 26, 2010:

What a hnoot you are, Micky! This was absolutely great. Thanks for putting your creativity to worlk so well.

Love and peace

Tony

Micky Dee (author) on May 26, 2010:

Yo 4FoodSafety - you are very kind. thank you very much! It's about time I checked out some 4FoodSafety!

Kelly Kline Burnett from Fontana, WI on May 26, 2010:

Absolutely delightful! Love your sense of humor! Wonderfully done article! 5 stars!

Micky Dee (author) on May 25, 2010:

Thank you folks for visiting "my Mona Lisa"! I rode a really hard "ride. race, torture event, etc. over the week-end. It's a pleasant surprise to come home and see all of you here. Thank you very much!

Thank you Epigramman and that's a pretty cat you have there. I've had several and they were special.

Hummingbird- thank you for stopping by.That Mr. Bean is one wild dude!

Jess, my man, I'm glad you're back- you're magic with words! Thank you Bro!

Rossimobis my Son! Thank you for loving this and your Mother, my Brother!

Pinkhawk, I am so delighted that it brightened your day!

Nell, my bell, maybe that's what the 12th picture is about. Maybe Leo was painting Leo.

Thank you Joy! You know I love to see you here. Bless you Girl!

Hey Blaise. Thank you my Dear. I'm glad you had fun. I'll come see you soon!

Thanks all!

Fehl Dungo from close to you... on May 24, 2010:

Lovely and so artistic! This is freaking awesome! =)

Joy56 on May 24, 2010:

absolutely wonderful very well done.

USA Colleges on May 23, 2010:

LOL, very funny hub with some very crazy pictures!

Nell Rose from England on May 23, 2010:

Hi, Mickey, I forgot to mention a really interesting but bizarre 'fact' about the Mona Lisa. According to new research, done by scientists blah blah etc, evidently they now seem to think that the mona lisa was in fact leonardo da vinci himself! when they looked at his original paintings of himself, he looked like her, so they checked out the facial recognition thingy, and lo and behold, it was him! crafty sod, aint he? lol also they did the same on the Turin Shroud and they think that was him as well! so there you go, waddya think of that then? weird! Nell

pinkhawk from Pearl of the Orient on May 23, 2010:

...hahaha! I never thought of Mona Lisa's new looks!

"She’s moving music and mobile art.She took my wheel and took my heart."-great! I can imagine now if she had a bicycle.. ^.^

Thank you Sir for making me smile and change my mood this morning.^.^

Chibuzo Melvin Mobis from Nigeria on May 23, 2010:

This is what i got from this lovely piece...

God gave Mona Lisa life and wheels with wings.

It tells a lot about someone i know...My mother!

Thanks Dad,i enjoyed my stay in your palace today.

Jess Killmenow from Nowheresville, Eastern United States on May 23, 2010:

You just get better. Thoroughly enjoyed.

Hummingbird5356 on May 23, 2010:

Very good. I suppose it was obvious one day you would put Mona Lisa on a bike. You are always on one yourself.

She certainly looks natural in whatever clothes she had on, except as Mr Bean and a couple of others.

I liked this. Thanks.

epigramman on May 23, 2010:

Now we know why Mona Lisa is smiling - she and Leonardo

are blessed to be faithful readers of your world class poetry hubs!

Micky Dee (author) on May 23, 2010:

Hi LadyJane! I used my phrase, "without a bicycle, the Mona Lisa was just a picture" a few time too many. So, I had to write this. Thank you LadyJane!

Micky Dee (author) on May 23, 2010:

Thank you Jason! Mona is such a beauty. She should have a nice bike! Thank you Sir!

ladyjane1 from Texas on May 22, 2010:

What an awesome hub what you did to the poor Mona lisa was just wrong at times Mick lol but I thought it was very cute and I actually thought she kinda looked like Meryl Streep as a blonde ha too funny. Good job cheers.

jasonycc from South East Asia on May 22, 2010:

The many faces of Mona Lisa. Very imaginative. I cannot imagine Mona Lisa on a bicycle until I see the pictures above. Good job. I have enjoyed this hub very much.

Micky Dee (author) on May 22, 2010:

Man- it's good to see your avatar over here. I'll get over to your place soon I swear- if the creek don't rise!

I'd put that "frame" on a titanium frame. I think an Aluminum frame would be too rough. You know- Nomoretrucks -she's great at fixing flats. She'll be a great riding partner! Thank you Sir!

nomoretrucks from scotland on May 22, 2010:

hiya MD Dya reckon she went for an aluminium or a steel framed set up? I never realised 'Mo' had such a splendid posterior until i looked at these pics, she prob earned that doing the Milan-Byzantium-Milan on those rough roads.

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Yo WA Christopher! Thank you very much for stopping by and commenting! I saw it once in Paris too. It's smaller than I thought it would be. Thank You!

WA Christopher J. from First American Ruins, MI on May 21, 2010:

I didn't know what to expect when clicking on this hub, but wasn't disappointed in the least. I really enjoyed the poem and pictures. I had the opportunity to see the 'real' her a few months ago. They really ought to give her a bicycle.

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Thank you Maita. Santana is right for most occasions. Thank you Dear!

prettydarkhorse from US on May 21, 2010:

Hehehehe, agree she will enjoy a bike ride too, I like the way you presented her in diferent lights, Nice, Like the accompanying music, Santana, rated it up, Maita

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Akirchner- isn't that one of the funniest things?! There's a lot of "magic" today! Thank you Ma'am!

Audrey Kirchner from Washington on May 21, 2010:

Great link! I'll never be able to look at the Mona Lisa again either now without laughing.

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Shalini Kagal!!!!!! That link is so funny! Please everybody that finds "this" funny -click this link from Shalini Kagal! Funny! You have some great poetry too Shalini Kagal! Thank you!

Shalini Kagal from India on May 21, 2010:

And what does Mona Lisa do when her bike is gone?

When she's back at the Louvre, bored and alone?

http://www.piffe.com/faces/monalisa.php

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Hi Celina! I am so very glad Mona will make you smile! Thank you Dear!

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Hi there Itakins! I'm afraid I have a warped sense of humor. Thank you Itakins!

Micky Dee (author) on May 21, 2010:

Cool Beans Habee! I'm glad you had fun. Thank you Ma'am!

Celina Vanhoozer on May 21, 2010:

That was totally outrageous! I will never look at the Mona Lisa the same again. She was always boring to me, but yet i had a respect for the piece of art cause it was beautiful. Now when I look at the mona lisa, I will be smiling as well. Excellent!

itakins from Irl on May 20, 2010:

You are a genius-how do you think of these!Brilliant.

Holle Abee from Georgia on May 20, 2010:

OMG, I am cracking up!! I LOVE the one with Mona as Mr. Bean! These are truly priceless!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Thank you for tolerating me Pollyannalana. I am a naughty boy. But- I'll never do this again! Well... probably not. Not just like this anyway.

Pollyannalana from US on May 20, 2010:

You know I only tolerate you? You are a naughty boy.

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Well Nell- I hope it makes us think about her more. How's that? Thank you Nell Dear! I really liked your last hub on London!

Nell Rose from England on May 20, 2010:

Hi, Mickey, your a genius! this was great, I loved the pictures, I will never look at the mona lisa again without laughing! thanks nell

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Hey there Freya! You know how it is- "Those that can't do- mock those that can". I'm obviously trying to be a clown but Leo was the hero! Thank you Dear!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Yo Theherbivorehippi! Yes Ma'am the "Pulp Fiction" Mona Lisa is hard to beat! Thank you!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Parrster- thank you so much! I'm very glad you liked it!

Freya Cesare from Borneo Island, Indonesia on May 20, 2010:

Be careful Micky, Da Vinci will haunt you! Because you made his beloved art become so funny. LOL Thank you for the laugh. ^_^

theherbivorehippi from Holly, MI on May 20, 2010:

This was WONDERFUL! I so loved the "Pulp Fiction" Mona Lisa! Such a fabulous hub!!

Richard Parr from Australia on May 20, 2010:

You, my friend, have far too much time on your hands :)

That was classic, definitely brought a mona-smile to my face.

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Always Exploring-

You make my heart stop on a dime!

You are so good with the rhyme!

With the rhyme you are sublime!

Please come back- anytime!

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on May 20, 2010:

Mona Lisa

you made her into so many piecea

she looked lovely in everyone

you can tell you were having so much fun

Dream on and

God Speed

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

This is so funny! I published this yesterday.

There were no nibbles all night.

So a few this morning.

I go for a bike ride and on my return I'm over-whelmed with comments.

This reminds me of the bicycle business.

To drum up business - order a pizza!

When that pizza gets delivered to the store people will come buy something!

Maybe "you can't have your cake or pie and eat it too!"

Thank you very much MFB. I now have a vision of Leo riding while he paints!

Thank you Akirchner! You can find anything in cyber-world.

Yes Shalini Kagal -"the faces and moods of Mona". There are some pretty clever folks with some great computer programs! Thank you!

Thank you zzron! I'm glad you had a good time.

Thank you Liswilliams. I think most women are several though! Maybe men too. Thank you Dear.

Yo Prasetio Bro! I'm glad you thought it was funny. Thank you Sir!

prasetio30 from malang-indonesia on May 20, 2010:

I like painting very much, including Monalisa. It is the masterpiece of Leonardo da Vinci. But I found the funniest thing of Monalisa. You make me laugh, Micky. Thumbs up for you and I rate this Up.

Prasetio

liswilliams from South Africa on May 20, 2010:

that's brilliant, Micky. Didn't know how 1 chick has so many personalities!

zzron from Houston, TX. on May 20, 2010:

Awesome hub, love the pictures.

Shalini Kagal from India on May 20, 2010:

The many faces and moods of Mona Lisa? That was so entertaining, thank you!

Audrey Kirchner from Washington on May 20, 2010:

Crazy pictures - where did you get them all? I guess it shows what you can do with a lot of imagination! Great things...

Matthew Frederick Blowers III from United States on May 20, 2010:

You have taken one of my favorite ladies and made her so much more alluring. If Mona Lisa had a bicycle, Leonardo would have had one heck of a time painting her while trying to follow her with a canvas mounted on his bike, water sloshing and oil paints splattering her image into an abstract.

LOL~~~Great Pictorial Hub. ~~~MFB III

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Thank you for coming by Petra! God bless!

Petra Vlah from Los Angeles on May 20, 2010:

You are something else Micky! Where do you find all those hilarious pictures? So good of you to share with the rest of us, thank you

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Tammy, you are so sweet! I love it when nurses come around! Thank you Ma'am!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Oh Tantrum- you say the sweetest things! Thank you Dear!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Yo 50 Caliber Bro! I'm afraid that pic of her smothering you is etched in my brain. I need an exorcism! Later Brother Man!

Tammy Lochmann on May 20, 2010:

Hi Micky...Where did you find all those pictures?..Too funny. You definitely have a wild imagination. I guess that's what I love about you! [[hugs]] Tammy

tantrum from Tropic of Capricorn on May 20, 2010:

this hub is awesomw !! I loved it! and the poem, brilliant !!! thumbs, thumbs, thumbs uuuppp !!!!!!

50 Caliber from Arizona on May 20, 2010:

Sweet, glad you left out the pic. of he smothering me back when I was her bicycle seat! Great hub and quite creative I might add! so I will CREATIVE!

Peace, may the Golden Rule be with You, dust

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Yo Billy! I liked the "Mona in the water" too. And Leo looking from the rear! Thanks Billy!

"Did I say she's really good at changing 'flats"?

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Howdy DREAM ON! These faux Mona pics are so cool huh? Very imaginative. Thanks DREAM ON!

Micky Dee (author) on May 20, 2010:

Yo Msorensson! Thank you my Dear! I'm glad you had a good time! Thank you Ma'am!

billyaustindillon on May 20, 2010:

Micky brilliant stuff - I haven't seen any of these before - love the one in the water and the one in the mirror - great work my friend!

DREAM ON on May 19, 2010:

You have me looking everywhere for another Mona Lisa to pop up.I AM EVEN SEEING HER IN MY DREAMS.FUNNY HUB.

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