Major Scale in Sea


Was of fish all, sharking whales
Noted when it came to scales,
Now, all love a sardine so
Comes no ray when note is Do;
Piano sole-oh you might hake
Better porpoise sound can make —
At my plaice was needed sooner
Eel-ing by the piano tuna!

© July 2017 Colonialist
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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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10 Responses to Major Scale in Sea

  1. You’re a pretty smart bloke, wish I had half the talent.

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  2. Calmgrove says:

    We have our annual visit today from the man who attempts to wrest perfect fifths from an instrument used to perfect fists and rests. Another punderful post, Col, it’s a wonder you haven’t hereby thusly used up the world’s stock of chromatically contrary musico-marine homophones.

    🙂

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  3. Debra says:

    I have NO ability to cleverly play along (and that wasn’t a pun about the piano!) but I am such an admirer! You have a gift, Col!

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  4. Arkenaten says:

    A wordsmiff of note, you have found your niche
    But this still doesn’t mean you can yet tuna fish.
    Though you’re probably better than plinky-plonky,
    Especially now your piano ain’t so wonky

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  5. colonialist says:

    For those who don’t ‘get’ puns:

    Major Scale in C

    Was official: shocking wails
    Noted when it came to scales;
    Now, all of a sudden so
    Comes no Re when note is Do;
    Piano solo you might hate
    Better purpose sound can make —
    At my place was needed sooner
    Healing by the piano tuner!

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