If you wait by the river long enough, the bodies of your enemies will float by. - Sun Tzu
I see that you are sitting on a throne taking a crap in a hat.But I don't want to take a crap in a hat with a bat.I will not wear my hat while I sat on the mat talking with a guy named Pat.What have you say to that?
I do not like your silly poem,So somewhere else now I will roam.You made a reference to my hat,and I said I would not stand for thatSo I'll have God to tear you asunder,and strike you with a bolt of thunder.-- The Pope.
How can I match such whit?It is really quite a bitTo do this so earlyIs really quite squirrelyIf only the Pope looked like he was having some funLike the two of you on a runI think I will go back to bed now! DG
crap, crap I sayI must look awayI cannot staywhen rodents begin to rhyme this way
Ok, I'm sorry I started this one....not.
I must compliment Monkeydragon on her poetry. Starting the poem with a spondee, two accented syllables ("Crap. crap"), is most sophisticated. It is reminiscent of the beginning of Pope's "Epistle to Dr. Arbuthnot": Shut, shut the door, good John fatigu'd I said,Tie up the knocker, say I'm sick, I'm dead...
I'm in...Rose are Red,Violets are flowers.This silly rhyming,could go on for hours and hours.So what shall we do,what is that I hear? It's the crafty Rogue Squirrel,Cracking another beer.