So as I was typing up a new rhyme, I stopped before I was even 25% through that chime, as I called my place another name, so I decided to use this for today's rhyme game. Yes I will keep things somewhat tame and promise not to mame. Unless you are a mouse, then you might lose your life at my house.
See I just did it there, I know it's more than you can bare. As I confuse some unsuspecting visitor at my watering hole, as they come to take a stroll. Even if they want to relax at my shore, I bug them that much more. So at my rhyming tree, you get what you see or maybe you get nothing at all, can you follow the bouncy ball?
Oh doesn't that just annoy, watching that thing go up and down with such joy. Oh don't be coy, you know you don't go oh boy. More like oh brother, as I name off another. For at my rhyming land, I am quite grand. Maybe my shore should have a yellow brick road, as I seem to be full of quite the load.
The lets Face it Facts is my second home, but at my base is where I roam. Oh I meant at my bush, is where I plank my little rhyming tush. Or maybe I have a lair, yeah that's already taken so no fair. Is this to much to bare? Am I ruffling your hair? Do I call where I lurk by to many names? Have you had enough with these question games? Hmmm that could be an interesting post too, might have to try that to annoy all of you.
Sorry for those that come to my rhyming sea, that are confused by me, as there is no dub here at by pub. That would just take to damn long and might get the words wrong. Then you could think I'm a donkey as I say my last line, although some might think that already with the words of mine. But oh well, I could care less in the mountain where I dwell. Hmm first time I used that one, maybe out in my rhyming field I need a run.
Damn I could go on all day, but I can't just not work and play or then my place would be in a gutter and I'd have no internet connection to mutter. So I'll finish here at my rhyming grass, by simply stating I'll always be a little rhyming ass.
Later all, have a nice fall.