Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Shakespeare's horse will cross the Gobi
With the grace of an equestrian
Toby or not Toby,
That is the question

10 comments:

quilly said...

Perhaps he's the horse with no name cuz there's no one there for to give him no pain ...?

Rhea said...

Toby or not Toby?! Oh, no you didn't!! hehe

I'm scared to ask how many of these little verses you have stored away in your mind.

Latin Lupe Lu said...

Isn't that "America"? What kind of horse would Shakespere have? I always pictured him walking.

Bee Repartee said...

I think I know that song...

Maggie May said...

Through History's different courses
There's been refs to many horses.
A horse, A horse my Kingdom for a horse!
Methinks a king said that, of course.

Are you putting these nonsense rhymes in a book to sell!!!!!!!!!
Like Ed. Lear! It's hard to tell! Ha ha!

backpakker said...

what a dilemma !

Can Bass 1 said...

Shakespeare goes to the bar, and orders a drink, but the barman refuses to serve him.
'Whither this refusal?' asks the great man.
'Cos you're bard' the man replies.

willow said...

I think Shakespeare needs a camel.

Old Wom Tigley said...

I read this in a book today and thought of you David... it could quite easily be one of yours.;o)

"I eat my peas with honey; I've done so all my life. It makes the peas taste funny but it keeps them on my knife."

All the best and keep these coming
Tom

Texas Travelers said...

What all the others said. It was great.

Troy