Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

Next time you order Schezuan
Make sure you don your fez, Juan
And for great lobster thermidor
Savour it near a Burma door


11 comments:

Sandi McBride said...

while I partake of my rare t-bone steak
I'll make sure it's not filet of snake
I'm pretty sure rattles might tip the scales
and send my tiny mind right off the rails!

Nessa said...

MMmmmm, food.

Kirti said...

David,
You're never a bore,
I want to hear more!

Sherry said...

Oh, what a cute little rhyme
Wish I had a little more time
For then I would try one, too,
To match what you can do.

quilly said...

I thought you said a Brahma door
And took my dinner to the barn.
When bull saw I was eatin' his wife
He didn't like it worth a darn.

He started tearing the barn apart.
I didn't know what to do!
Then he broke my plate and stepped on my steak
And now he's really in a stew.

Annie said...

Thanks for post below...love those mime artists! So clever!

Saw one in Dublin once, so convincing, but when you dropped a coin in their basket they came alive with bells and whistles! Very clever!

Saw a good post on the My World segment just now

http://thestitchingroom.blogspot.com/2009/05/my-world-tuesday-14-north-arm-market.html?showComment=1241494020000#c1909587292007651900

now I am not sure whether this will work...it was from Leanne in Adelaide (41)..she had some lovely photos!

Annie said...

Actually the previous post of Leanne's of Semaphore beach is even more remarkable, I think!

Kathleen said...

But if in France you sip wine
and hope to keep your waistline
Just know crustaceans served there
Come served avec les plus beurre

Valerie said...

You encourage me to try a rhyme
I really wish I had more time...


more to follow when brain gears engage
that's when I'll turn to another clean page

Don't laugh...

ArneA said...

You became my visitor no 75000
:)

Shadow said...

mmmmm, now that would be great for dinner...