Thursday, December 19, 2013

The True Story Of A Most Remarkable Bovine

Prunella Parkman Pennington Ping
taught a two-headed cow to sing.

With dainty horn and delicate hoof,
she became a star of the opera bouffe.

The cow was green, her milk was blue,
and she wore a polka-dot tutu.

Combining moans with burps and farts,
she harmonized heads, singing both parts.

It's true.
Moo.
____

55 words of udder foolishness for the G Man.

14 comments:

Margaret said...

Honestly, I don't know which I like better - your poem or your Lables! "I cud a been a star" ha ha…. moo la la indeed.

Cloudia said...

True Moo!


ALOHA to YOU
from Honolulu
Comfort Spiral
=^..^=

grapeling said...

Hahaha! Perfect ~

razzamadazzle said...

I'm with Margaret. You're labels are great! I do love the poem, but I'll still claim my steer is the world's most remarkable bovine. :-)

TexWisGirl said...

goofy girl. thanks for the levity. :)

hedgewitch said...

Laughin my cow off at all that bull. Only the most amazing poets can get MEAT to sing. ;_) Happy Horrordays to you, cowgirl.

Sioux said...

I agree with Margaret. The labels are just as funny as the poem.

(By the way, thanks for the Leonard Pitts hook-up. I've already read a few...)

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Truly, moo-sic to my ears! Cackle.

G-Man said...

Udderly Delightful!
You've homogenized the blog world Shay with this Moooooving tale.
Loved your Cowering 55
Thanks for playing, thanks for being the hottest and classiest chick in the Tri Counties.
Have a Kick Ass Week-End

HermanTurnip said...

Hey, it could happen. Heh...

And if I don't get a chance to say it before the 25th, Merry Christmas!

Kerry O'Connor said...

Very, very clever!

Daryl said...

oh i am sitting here 👏👏👏👏 my hands and giggling delightedly

Mama Zen said...

That's hilarious!

Marion said...

Just too, too moo-ving. ;-) Love to you, Shay!! xo