Haven’t really had a go at this before but thought this fitted the prompt well, still don’t know what it was in aid of.
Category Archives: Whimsical
Christopher Robin and his girlfriend Alice
took a trip to Buckingham Palace
after they had cheered the Queen
took a train to Aberdeen
to watch the Aurora Borealis.
A strange young man called Crockett
wanted to go into space in a rocket
but his helmet and mask were too small
they just didn’t work at all
but it was a good try, so don’t knock it.
A spirited girl called Louise
with a friend went home through the trees
but on some stone steps she tripped,
she fell ass over tip,
a good excuse for her grazed knees.
A young girl from Norfolk called Jill
with her parents lived in a mill,
she would sneak into their bed
even though her mother was dead
while dad gave thanks for the pill.
Hanging his set of spare clothing on the gate, the invisible man leaned back. He braced himself as he let his soaking wet trousers and underclothes fall to the floor. Kicking them to one side he rested while he planned his next move.
A chicken farmer’s daughter from Leeds
when told about the birds and the bees,
realised her hens necks were wrung
and if you angered a bee you got stung,
and thought well, this sex thing’s not for me.
“You may well hang your head, I suppose you’ve been sneaking around again, upstairs and downstairs. I wouldn’t put it past your sort to go poking around in my ladies chamber. Go on admit it, you have haven’t you?”
I will tell you a tale,
it’s not very long,
about Teddy the tinker
who loved to sing songs,
while riding in his cart
as his pony towed them along.
The pony’s name was Ticker
but he had just one thing wrong
with him, though you couldn’t tell
as he trotted in time to his gong.
It wasn’t his heart though his name may suggest
but his very long appendage
which reached to his chest.
One step, two steps, three steps four,
five steps, six steps, there isn’t any more,
we get to the top and have a look around
nothing to see so we go back down
only one thing left to do, this much is plain
as we skip down the steps we’ll sing our song again