Thursday, July 09, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

She went on a date with a Count called Dracula
She said his castle was most spectacular
The cross and garlic was no mistake
She said there was a great deal at "stake"

16 comments:

Kathleen said...

Bravo!!!!

I do believe this is one of my favorites!!

And vampires are such the rage.

I may be back with a second verse . . . mostly likely worse.

Cheers!

Muthering Heights and Other Senseless Sensibility said...

She ought to call that girl from "Twilight..."

marcia@joyismygoal said...

ha ha that was a bloody good joke

Anna said...

David, good one! I mean it! Anna :)

Kathleen said...

So she settled in for a fabulous night
But she was inclined to suffer a bite
So she kept by her side the garlic and cross
And met the next day with a werewolf, her boss
----
worse?

Maggie May said...

One of your best!
I think this one should get POTD!

Kathleen said...

Nevermind--yes, worse...I promise to preview first!

Here's what I meant to write:

So she settled in for a fabulous night
But she wasn't inclined to suffer a bite
So she kept by her side the garlic and cross
And met the next day with Sir Werewolf, her boss

Shadow said...

cooooool

Nessa said...

Funny how mean vampires
brings about our desires

i beati said...

brill beill brill sandy

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Sandi McBride said...

I hope she kept her throat nicely covered with a veil blessed by the Pope!!!
Sandi

Lee said...

Excellant, David! This one is an instant favorite!

Cheers!

Jazz said...

David, you've outdone yourself with this one! Classic!

Brian Miller said...

me thinks he wants a little more than dinner...

Eddie said...

That's the best I've seen ~ Eddie