Saturday, June 21, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Down the track in Huntingdale
They tethered nothing in the gale
The cattle found themselves airborne
But floated gently to our lawn


SandyCarlson said...

The cattle have been raised well to accomplish this in a gentle fashion!
Thanks for making me smile.

quilly said...

The farmer came to get his beef
and couldn't overcome his grief,
Several cattle had gone astray.
{We're having barbecue Saturday.)

Maggie May said...

Alas what am I going to do?
My lawn is looking like a zoo.
I cannot think how cows got there
I have not time to stand & stare.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Another great verse.. I forgot to say thank you for the mention you give my Ladybird post.. so betterlate than never.. thank you.

74WIXYgrad said...

The cows were flying through the air

I knew I really could not stare

Looking up I might get hit

By cows who knew that they could spit

Cliff Note:You were probably expecting some other last line, weren't you?

Pat - An Arkansas Stamper said...

"Worse Verse"

The cows I found upon my lawn
Were there from dusk until the dawn.
I wrapped and stamped them for the mail
And shipped them back to Huntingdale.