Thomas of Scotts


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    Thomas of Scotts

    Poor Tom
    often got puked on
    His fool mom
    stole him new clothes to don
    Her derelict father
    from her couldn't get farther
    He knew the tricks he taught her ruined his daughter

    They passed Tom
    no wit or charm
    Toms persistant confusion
    gave him the delusion
    that the girls to whom he was talking
    only in jest were they balking
    Never was he cautious
    but always became they nauseous

    One blue Tuesday
    not too soon before his would be doomsday
    He met a sweet little girl
    whose hair was unfurled
    He thought she was the nicest lady
    little did he know, her heart was shady

    She had a plan
    to rob Tom of his loot and his land
    But before it did happen
    the secret left free while she was talkin and nappin

    He became as dizzy as her hair that was in curls
    He stumbled towards the sleeping witch
    and as though he was scatching an itch
    all over her he did hurl

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    Tempestlady commented on Thomas of Scotts


    Puke? aa funny topic. I can see how the absurd can be funny. Fun piece about revenge, and what comes around goes around. Write on....




    TheShowMan commented on Thomas of Scotts


    Another crazy poem, cool not many writers on here can pull off something like that.

    Poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.

    Plato (BC 427-BC 347) Greek philosopher.

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