Look Out! A Really Awful Rhyme.


Stag

A stag had just about enough
Of predators, and all that stuff,
So, on the does, he ran a test
To see which ones could see the best. 

Good-looking ones, he made watch out
For anything that caused them doubt;
At their alarm, the herd would need
To get to somewhere else, at speed.

 Deer

And they, with this far-sighted plan,
From each and every danger ran;
The herd no longer need to fear –
Protected by the good-eyed deer. 

© Colonialist October 2013 (WordPress)

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27 Responses to Look Out! A Really Awful Rhyme.

  1. The Asian says:

    Dear-y me… The awefulness just does-n’t stop, does it? 😉

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  2. 68ghia says:

    Totally awful Col -)
    Brilliantly so!

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  3. adinparadise says:

    Your really awfully clever rhyme has me laughing most hart-ily. 🙂

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  4. Very good, Col 🙂

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  5. adeeyoyo says:

    RATFLMAO!!!! I didn’t see that one coming, Col!

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  6. cobbies69 says:

    it was dawn, when appeared the faun,, oh deer mr stag, what have you done. we have no choice, so it is only you, I have seen my solicitor and I’m gonna sue… heehee! nice one. 😉

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  7. Now that’s what I call a really good pun. So there!

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  8. Stag-gearing lay good!

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  9. Marco says:

    It’s a deer, it’s got antlers – it’s great!

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  10. melouisef says:

    Not so awful after all
    🙂

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  11. bulldog says:

    Not that bad I enjoyed it…

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  12. rhbblog says:

    And what do you think about it now – in hind-sight? (Sorry!)

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