Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Said firm-jawed Mary to the cassowary
"Can you fly this fairy to the closest dairy?"
"I cannot fly," said the bird, crestfallen
"But my, oh my, you should hear me callin’!"


8 comments:

Maddy said...

Ooo I was expecting a photo. Nevermind, a cursive verse always hits the mark.
Cheers

Fireblossom said...

A handsome soaring eagle was beloved of a dodo

Even though she looked quite worse than a female Quasimodo

But still her heart was true, and she often was quite witty

And because she made him laugh and smile, the Eagle thought her pretty

Sandi McBride said...

two calling birds, three french hens and she couldn't get a lift if she begged! Poor Fairy, wings not working?
Sandi

quilly said...

"The closest dairy,"
Said the cassowary,
"Is in Tucumcari,
So you'd better not tarry."

Merisi said...

Spanning a net of words,
pulling great comments in.

Love that catch about
your "Verse and Worse".
:-)

74WIXYgrad said...

I've not heard a thing as absurd
As hitching a ride from a bird
Riding a bird is not a good bet
You do better flying in a jet

Lee said...

Thank you, David! Fairy tales are one of my favorite genre. Your rhyme takes me mentally to a mysterious wood where all kinds of magical creatures roam.

Cheers! & Happy Holidays!

Suldog said...

Nicely done, David. I love the internal rhymes.