Thursday, February 19, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Attila the Hun never had much fun
Unless he conquered each village
He never was one for a hilarious pun
But he lived for the day he could pillage

10 comments:

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Queen-Size funny bone said...

Guess you could call him a hit run.

Femin Susan said...

Hi………
Absolutely fantastic post! Good job!

tardevil said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog today! You always make me smile! Glad you're doing ok. I've heard you all have had bad floods after those fires. So sorry for the loss of life, but glad you're ok!

Johnnny said...

Hello again David! Greetings from Johnnny and Kit in Fargo, North Dakota. Thank you for including MilesFest in your Posts of the Day. This all is very enjoyable, to say the least. We just posted a new add-on poem called Christmas Interruptis, that we think you might enjoy. Thanks again and Keep on Bloggin'.

skywind said...

Oh, too esoteric

74WIXYgrad said...

Everyone thought that this mad Hun
Was playing a cruel game
Blame his parents, this wasn't fun
They gave him a stupid name

Vodka Mom said...

fantastic!!!

Sandi McBride said...

I'm not sure about Attila, but I often wonder how his wife put up with his antics...
Sandi

jinksy said...

I guess on a slow day
he'd pillage a house,
on a good day
he'd pillage a village.
But I'd like to know
how he'd cope with the flow
from a flagon of wine and its spillage?
xxx