An octopus needing some tea, Ventured away from the sea. But the price of a chai, Was four dollars too high, So she went home and made some for free.
A terrier covered in flour, Refused to step into the shower. A burglar he’d fight, The mailman he’d bite. But from water he’d run off and cower.
There once was a conquering horse, Who took someone’s pasture by force. But through God’s saving grace, He relinquished the place, And left full of pain and remorse.
We all get carried away sometimes, especially when in quarantine. There once was a clothes-wearing grouse, Who needed to buy a new blouse. But with a great deal of glee, She went on a spree, And could not fit her clothes in her house.
Don’t mock owls, especially if you are lower on the food chain. There once was a featherless owl. Who was mocked by the neighboring fowl. He attacked and he ate. Thought they tasted great! And cleaned off his beak with a towel.
There once was a paranoid chicken. Conspiracies made his heart quicken. Though the goats and the swine, Told him things were fine, He spent the rest of his life panic-stricken.
Seriously, do you know what they are capable of? A delinquent who called himself Hue, Tried to murder an innocent shrew. But as a former marine, The rodent was keen, And defended himself with kung-fu.
There once was an arrogant snake, Who thought he could make no mistake. But when he ran and won, And his term had begun, His excellence was proven fake. Democrats: “Oh we know who this is about.” Republicans: “We know who this is actually about.” Me: “Oh, you thought this was a metaphor for someContinue reading “Thursday Limerick: The Political Snake”
Osa didn’t understand Human the way that Tango did, but she knew a few words here and there.
For instance, she knew “¡Osa Mala!” meant “You have sinned against the gods”.
“¡No coma eso!” was what Juan usually shouted before prying her mouth open. It probably meant “You must offer me a piece of your food in reparation for this sin.”