Thursday, July 02, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

In the bracing cold of an Outback winter
The teacher, Miss Jessie, sat on a splinter
But worse was to come when she saddled her horse
She signalled her agony to us using Morse


Johnnny said...

Up here, things are different,
as it is our summer,
Driving our Honda,
instead of a Hummer,
Fireflies flitting about,
above the bogs,
While distant friends
join thru our blogs.

TechnoBabe said...

You have a great sense of humor.
I enjoy reading your blog very much.

Sherry said...

Wow, your talent and creativity are astounding.

Sherry at EX Marks the Spot

sassyglassdesigns said...

Your blog has become one of my favorites...great writing.

Brit Gal Sarah said...

LMAO oh that's a classic David. Sorry I've been absent, but took a blog sabbatical due to family health concerns back home and then a vacation. But I'm back now :-)

Joanna Jenkins said...

Love your wit :-)

Maddy said...

Summer in England and the States so thanks for the timely reminder!

Pyzahn said..., dash, dash

Shadow said...


Lee said...

ROFL, David! Poor girl! I wince at the thought of her horse changing its pace from a walk to a trot.


indicaspecies said...

Haha..good one David. Been a while since I've been here.

Here's my version:
In the bracing heat of a dusty desert summer
Without provocation Jessie felt like a bummer
Worse was to come when she saddled her Arabian horse
For far away in the desert it threw Jessie down with repulsive force

Gaston Studio said...

LOL David,and as usual, your title is great too!

Cheffie-Mom said...

Hahahahahhahaha!! enJOY your day!

Brian Miller said...

haha. too funny. hopefully she did not signal on the side of the horse as she may end up very far away!