Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Verse And Worse

Random Wit, Errant Rhyme. Not A Literary Crime

When his horse grew leaner
The judge named it "Subpoena"
Then he christened his porpoise
That's right, "Habeas corpus"

9 comments:

marcia@joyismygoal said...

HAHA

Brian Miller said...

i hear the judge is on the lookout for a "mens rea" as well...lets hope that is of the manta ray family.

gaelikaa said...

He saw the dog's teeth decay
And christened it 'sub judice'

Maggie May said...

Thanks for the laugh.

How you think of such original subjects for your verses & keep such busy hours, I have no idea!
Your brain must be constantly on the go!

Eddie Bluelights said...

Obviously a legal beagle! LOL

Moannie said...

You're good, oh yes, and we encourage you.
Say Mea culpa everyone.

Celebration of Life said...

UGH! ;o)

Antares said...

David, I really appreciate what you did for me when I started blogging back in December 2006 - you left a comment suggesting I break up my lengthy prose with images. So I did and I'm still having fun, though I perfectly understand why you had to quit blogging just so you could work on your novel! Cheers, mate, and may you be truly inspired all the way.

Eddie Bluelights said...

Let's hope that now you have come back
"Verse and Worse" will be on track
again because we like it so
And missed it lots when you did go
away from BlogLand last October
News which knocked us back and made us sober.
We all agree and welcome you
Back in blogland, "How di'er do!"