Wednesday, August 8, 2012
A Tale For One Eye That Should Make Her Cry!
How the cat and the viking woman met at my show.
So I figured I would tell the tale,
After all hers was so cute with her booth and all that she gave a wail.
It was a dark and light night.
As she shined through with her armor so tight.
For the cat had never seen such a shine,
And it really sparked an interest in this feline.
Quickly we became as one,
And she was my bright sun.
Setting a clear path,
As I gave the alliance my wrath.
Then came the spark,
Something I had not felt since that mark.
Yeah, the day I went snip snip,
And gave the vet some lip.
It seemed her voice could make it grow,
For it once again was able to show.
She really was a special one,
And then came the humpty hump fun.
Warning! May be too graphic from here,
As I talk about her profound rear.
Not that I care.
We quickly stopped chatting away,
And I brought on a moaning display.
The cat really chewed the fat,
As we rolled around on the mat.
Those trash can lids popped off,
And we played Dr. as I asked her to cough.
There was a little spittle,
But I was about to stop the fiddle.
I played the umm fiddle all day long,
New venues was found buried deep in Hong Kong.
For on her you could make a map,
And boy does she have a big yap.
It can do swell things.
One side even sings,
Well the other does a task,
That you shouldn't be here if you need to ask.
And then thanks to Anne,
Who is truly a closet fan.
You were all spoiled with our litter,
Although that cat is not bitter.
For Anne just wanted the special birth,
To be spread across the earth.
Besides, many more litters may come,
And then some.
Now are you happy one eye? There is enough fat to chew for any girl or guy, just so you know. As the cat doesn't mind sharing at his show. For she continues to grow and move oh so slow. So she is an easy catch if you are hard up. Bad choice of words, sorry if you spit your coffee back in your cup. Now I will go roll in the grass with my delightful little rhyming ass.
Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.