Saturday, November 29, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Knees up, Mother Brown, this is no time to frown
It’s tough times in the town as the economy hunkers down
If your signature is jerky, it’s because you are too quirky
So order in the turkey from your neighbour Farmer Burkey

6 comments:

Epijunky said...

I have absolutely no creativity tonight. That being said, I loved it :)

Honestly, David, I don't know where you get it from!

Lee said...

Wow! David, you keep coming up with references in your poems that let me know just how widely read you are.

Seems the economy is on a pendulum that hasn't slowed down yet. Maybe once we're through the holidays it will settle a bit.

Cheers!

Maggie May said...

Stampeding crowds in shops, so rough
While picking up all their Christmas stuff.
You wouldn't think there was a "squeeze"
While spending money with such ease!

Shocked to hear of people actually crushing each other to death because of the urgency to shop in USA.

Moannie said...

Another 'Stonker' David. May I reccommend here Fi's wonderful post at http://fourpawsandwhiskers.blogspot.com/ for your Post of the Day.

Sandi McBride said...

Well, I've spent the past 11 months trying to put the economy to rights, so you can't blame me! Of course Mac no longer falls for that excuse when I yell, "Off to Wally World to save the economy!" Now I wonder what I did with those keys?
Sandi

® ♫ The Brit ♪ ® said...

Another great one David!
And it reminds me that I must phone Farmer Burkey to order the Christmas nut cutlet!