Saturday, June 28, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Beside the gum trees, in the heat
Where the track and creek do meet
You’ll find the pub, a small tin shack
Where you can drink with Thirsty Jack

11 comments:

74WIXYgrad said...

Thirsty Jack sits in the pub
He has a drink with his grub
What does he eat with his brew
A heaping helping of beef stew

katherine. said...

I'd probably edit the last line to....

"where if you're thirsty you'll order jack"

laughing...

San said...

I'll drink to that, David, and to the previous comments too.

Cheers!

SandyCarlson said...

You know Jack, too? Man, it's a small world!

Medic61 said...

Haha, love it. I know a Thirsty Jack around here, too ;)

Aggie said...

Is taht Thirsty Jack Thompson of the "Clayton's" advert? Lol!
"the drink you have, when your not having a drink?"

Golightly said...

that sound perfect to me.

Maggie May said...

Thirsty Jack drinks like a fish
He doesn't even know which dish
Of food is offered in the pub
Because he's lying 'gainst a tub.

quilly said...

Set'em up, Jack, and make mine rye,
Here's to gravel in your gut and spit in your eye,
Today we drink, tomorrow we die,
We'll make our son's proud and make their momma's cry.

(Sorry, just heard that a young man I know is on his way to Iraq. I am feeling pessimistic.)

Sandi McBride said...

Thirsty Jack had not a quid
to pay the tab or if he did
he hid it well for none to see
and so the bartab fell to me!
Sandi

Halfmom, AKA, Susan said...

too funny!