John Knight

Rookie (8 September 1933 / Liverpool - UK)

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SEILTANZER (Tightrope Walker)

I had a friend - called Alan Stalker
Who was a fearless tightrope walker
One Friday night - he met his plight
He walked a rope - when he was TIGHT
Fell like a stone it served him right!

PILZWAHLUNG (Mushroom Picker)

My Polish friend - called Maric Dicker
He was an expert mushroom picker
He's now no more my poor friend Maric
He picked and ate a FLY AGARIC
Now he RIP's with his Brother Tariq


BESTATTER (Undertaker)

You've met my cousin - Mournful Baker
A most accomplished undertaker.
Now dead and gone - he didn't look
The UNDERTAKER - OVERTOOK
And drowned submerged in Beecher's Brook


I provided the titles in German because they often
manage to run two words (in English) into one in German.


John Knight - Avoiding the Undertaker - 8 March 2011.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 08, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, March 08, 2011

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