moss covered monkey underneath the tree he thinks I can’t see him I think he can’t see me but as I watch his face all green smiling left and right it’s obvious he knows I’m there just waiting out of sight so we pretend that we’ve not seen each other in the woods and go our ways a satisfied we could have if we could.
the mad hatter caterpillar
has a dozen heads
so many that it puzzles him
just what to scratch instead
if fact he’s also mortified
as when he wears a scarf
all the grown up butterflies
just laugh, and laugh, and laugh, and laugh, and laugh, and laugh…
I watched two fish a kissin’ a kissin’ in the sea and making lots of bubbles until they noticed me then they stopped a kissin’ and looked at me wide eyed ’twas right then I realised I never should have spied upon two fishes kissin’ ’tis rather impolite so in future I’ll remember to try to do what’s right and not watch fishes kissin’ but something else instead perhaps some cuddlin’ octopi gettin’ down on the seabed
Beethoven in a cardboard box of honeyed puffs of wheat I put him in my mouth to see if he was just as sweet but truth be told Tchaikovsky’s flakes, (though comparison is moot) had more bite than Mozart’s Cosi Fan Fruity loops.
I thought I’d write a poem today and fill it up with words some of them familiar and some you never heard like squaddlecack and tattleknock and even thumblelethread don’t worry if they’re new to you they just popped in my head and you may ask what does it mean as you read it close to tears just think of me and spare a thought I wrote it out my dears
what happened to the box of frogs I kept under my bed I had a look to see if I put it somewhere else instead it really isn’t hard to find all the frogs are painted red ah now I have remembered it! I left it in my head
the lemur flew to Lima to meet the cat from Katmandu they’d organised a cosplay night in deepest dark Peru both were fans of Star Trek so took some time off work the cat dressed up as Mr Spock and the lemur, Captain Kirk.