Edgar Rendon Eslit

(August 21,1971 / Iligan City)

Just by a Toad


Cephalous Thaddeus thugs the thrombin near the toad
Thundering thunderous voices throb so broad
But when he finally realizes the thrill he thralls
Cephalous Thaddeus touted the toad like unlading troll

Verily, verily and verily as merry as me so verily
Heard Cephalous Thaddeus relying the airing words to me
Since merrily and verily were spoken so horridly
Cephalous Thaddeus was unlikely misunderstood like me

Now everything and everyone dint ever understand
Me nor Cephalous Thaddeus leisurely lading out of hand
Messages sided resounding like odes weren’t understood
Better stop and hold before everyone’s head-hood explodes

Submitted: Wednesday, October 24, 2007
Edited: Tuesday, April 19, 2011

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