Thursday, August 21, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

My mate on the coast used to train a porpoise
Instead of Fred, he christened it Habeus Corpus
Then he worked with a bottlenose dolphin
And used it as a caddy when he went golfin’

5 comments:

quilly said...

If his caddy is a dolfin,
Then he must be bad at golfin'.
He really shouldn't aughter,
Spend so much time in the water.

Merisi said...

From having "the body" to having "a caddy", how posh is that? Writ of the times? ;-)

Absolute Vanilla (and Atyllah) said...

LOL! Brilliant!

travelling, but not in love said...

He had a turtle called Frank who he liked a lot,
but his jealous wife put Frank in a pot.

Upset and hurt, he left his wife,
and set out to find a brand new life.

He searched high and low across the seas,
to find a replacement who was more than a tease.

Today you'll find him on a tropical isle.
He's living in sin with a lobster named Kyle.

74WIXYgrad said...

This poem you wrote about a big fish
Is a fantasy, a hope, a wish
Next you'll tell us of a whale named Dennis
Who has a racket, he's good at tennis.