How to Escape a Really Awful Fate:


Terrified groom 2

 

(To the tune of the Wedding March; inspired initially and to a tiny extent  by the Downton Abbey episode with the backing-out bridegroom, but mainly just for fun)

Here comes the bride,
Quick, run and hide,
You’re wed and dead
If you stay here inside –
Here comes the bride,
Swelled up with pride,
Be filled with dread
She has you cut and dried;
It’s not too late; miss this fate; you should run;
Move at a rate – her papa has a gun;
Here comes the bride,
Better not bide,
Flee, or you’ll be
Fright-ful-ly tightly tied! 

© Colonialist September 2013 (WordPress)

 

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About colonialist

Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies.
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33 Responses to How to Escape a Really Awful Fate:

  1. bluebee says:

    The man doth protest too much, methinks.

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  2. Remember, there are at least two sides to every story, or, in this case, satirical poem… 😉

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  3. optie says:

    Living dangerously Col?

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  4. theonlycin says:

    Oops, I hope your saintly MBH doesn’t see this, or you’ll be in the doghouse for sure 😉

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  5. Kathleen says:

    LOL! Well done Col.
    I guess my future groom will be happy that I won’t be walking down the aisle to that march. 😉

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  6. Sonel says:

    Oh dear … heheheh. Bet you are still running Col. 😆

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  7. that is really awfully good 😉

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  8. Love moves in mysterious ways!

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  9. The Asian says:

    So now we know how you REALLY felt on your wedding day!

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  10. Has MBH seen this, Col? Wonder what she’ll say 🙂

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  11. disperser says:

    Best thing that happened in my life, so I can’t relate.

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  12. adinparadise says:

    Just wait until MBH reads this one! You’ll be in big trouble 🙂

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  13. nrhatch says:

    A woman without a man is like . . . a fish without a bicycle. 😛

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