Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Mister Finch
Was caught in a clinch
With gorgeous Miss Punch
During a business lunch


Bill Stankus said...

Having once lived in Hollywood I've witnessed a few that did clinch at lunch! But here in Seattle we wear too many layers of rainware for clinching to mean much.

Thanks for you comment - I have bookmarked your site and will be eagerly watching for you photo posts.

Also, you commented on my poetry post - the other one - Just a Moment - is my main one and it has many pictures.


Maggie May said...

What ever should be done with Mr Finch?
His weary wife would use the word, "lynch"
Because of his affair with Miss P
Through sandwiches and hot, steamy tea!

He forgets about his wedding vow
And just is thinking of his pleasure now!
What will become of his ten babies?
While he is out wooing other ladies?

His reputaion is in tatters
His family life now he shatters....
He ought to remember, business & pleasure
In the end just do not measure!

74WIXYgrad said...

I now have a hunch
That the gorgeous Miss Punch
Was going to flinch
When slapped by Ms. Finch

CrazyCath said...

His wife was upset.
A divorce he did get.
It cost him so dear
For a tickle in his ear.

willow said...

He must have been pleased as punch.