Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Let me inform you about Dora Clouseau
The blushing bride who misplaced her trousseau
She lost her dress, she lost her veil
So it was no surprise she began to wail


Lee said...

Brides can be vain
Tis true, tis true
But I don't think her husband cared
Do you?

Sandi McBride said...

She lost her trousseau is that such a disaster? Isn't she married to a famous inspector?

quilly said...

And she was truly blushing when she walked down the isle,
But the men in attendance were wearing a smile.

Mommy Jo said...

Lost her trousseau
and married Mr. Trudeau
Who governed the land
of O'Canada.

Maggie May said...

She was having a problem remembering things..
The next problem was the loss of the rings.
Her intended showed up, but but Dora forgot...
So the wedding was cancelled, she'd lost the plot!

indicaspecies said...

And I wish to narrate the story of another bride, Gail,
She too lost her trousseau, went hysteric and very pale,
Till she arranged another set just like one before, up to last detail,
Gail postponed her wedding, ain't this a nice quirky tale?