Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

The credit crisis robbed him of each hard-earned million
So now he’s reduced to just riding pillion
He surrendered his Porsche and a red Aston Martin
And he’s ordered two horses and a hand-painted cart in


Lee said...

Hah! My grandparents remembered a time when it was considered more high toned to have a horse and buggy than a new fangled automobile. :-) Love this one David!


Sniffles and Smiles said...

Ah, I think it was a wonderful trade! I much prefer the real McCoy...rather than the imitation "horse" power! (the red Aston Martin, however, does appeal...even so!) Love this! Cheers!

Arija said...

Nice one David.

Muthering Heights said...

LOL, nice!

jillie said...

In some ways the days of horse and buggies seem so much better. Things seemed to move at a slower pace. Slower can sometimes be better.

Cindy said...

Tragic. Interesting blog you have here.


Eddie Bluelights said...

A horse, a horse, my kingdom for a horse!

74WIXYgrad said...

When he went to buy a car
It hit him like a bomb
He should have maybe gone and checked
Free credit report dot com

C. Michael Cox said...

I think I've gone and shed a tear.

Janet said...

I can think of a number of people whose characters would benefit from this kind of situation.