In the aquarium in Atlanta, Resided a ravenous manta. He wanted more fish, To add to his dish, So he wrote a letter to Santa. There are like two words that rhyme with “Santa” but by an amazing stroke of luck, there is an aquarium with manta rays in Georgia.
An artist once used neon paint, To complete a portrait of a saint. It was put on display, But soon taken away, When the cantor filed a complaint.
Osa is back by popular demand. Read her previous stories here: Osa and the Food Gods Osa and the Bald One Happy Halloween! “The demon that gripped me was pale,” Nutmeg the guinea pig began. “White from the neckdown, but his hands were a cold blue like ice. He enclosed me in a towel, soContinue reading “Short Story: Osa and the Rug Demon”
A woman whose name was Irene. Behaved as if she was a queen. She wore a coat, Made from hair of a stoat, Which made all her fellows turn green. …It made her look dashing and lean? …Environmentalists thought it was mean? …The stoats thought that it was obscene? Pick your ending. I’m out!
If you think that you want a pet, But don’t know what kind you should get, Birds, cats, and mice, Are all very nice. Venomous snakes you are bound to regret. Follow me for more helpful advice:
A sneaky and cunning raccoon, Stole some trash mid afternoon. Exceptionally keen, The raccoon was not seen, And escaped to his waiting platoon.
There once was a cowardly hare, Who decided to go to the fair. A small Ferris wheel, Made him tremble and squeal, And frightened him beyond repair.
When Jason found he couldn’t sleep, He decided to hire some sheep. But they ate up his throw, So he told them to go. And swore ’cause they didn’t come cheap. He should have looked at their Yelp reviews.
When alien’s decided to land, They left their spacecraft unmanned. Teens entered the ship, And took it for a trip, Which is not what the aliens planned.
There once was a fellow named Jerry. His face was all unkempt and hairy. When his wife said to shave, He had no choice but to cave, Because she was insistent and scary.