Lee Fones

Phantom Slime Man - Poem by Lee Fones

where behold is that man
one that's dressed in black
he has a tiny name tag Stan
that's always on his back

I've not seen him for 50 years
man in black, with that tag
hes also got cauliflower ears
and a wife that is called Glad

Glad was very nice though
not like her husband so sad
whom would slime and throw
children, parents, as so mad

thank goodness we've not seen
for such a long, long time
he'd turn you green, obscene
Tim why you covered in slime

Topic(s) of this poem: humour

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 18, 2014

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