Sirpheno The Knight


Dumb-Dead-Frog


Here is to a
Dumb-Dead-Frog.
She tried to lie to us
one-and-all.

With her sticky tongue
She did steal.
From the works of others
OH! ! -What-a -Thrill…! !

The words
must have tasted
So – Darn
Good

She tried
to eat
all of them
she could

But the pond of poets
She was in
Would not stand for
her dumb sin.

They all said….
“Quick before it’s to late
We must agree to
Excommunicate”.

So without love-loss
Dumb-Frog did die.
May she serve as a reminder
to all who lie.

From others words
She is to blame.
That she, “ Rests-in-Hell ”
from where she came.

Submitted: Thursday, August 10, 2006
Edited: Tuesday, August 24, 2010

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