Awww, Fiddlesticks

 

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Hey,
diddle-diddle, riddle
…………………me this:

if the cow could
jump over the moon,

how’d that hot dish
…………………………..get away so soon?

 

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Prompted by dVerse.

This is a silly concept I’ve explored before. 😉
If you’d like to see, click these:

https://whimsygizmo.wordpress.com/2013/12/19/hey-2/

https://whimsygizmo.wordpress.com/2014/09/16/hey-3/

 

 

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13 Responses to Awww, Fiddlesticks

  1. Shawna says:

    Ha ha. Cracking UP over the embedded … lingo.

  2. Bodhirose says:

    No telling how that hot dish got away so soon…clever word play here!

  3. kanzensakura says:

    Nice! It made me smile hugely.

  4. Mary says:

    Loved the ‘hot dish’ getting away. Sometimes they manage to do just that! Smiles.

  5. Ah.. the best thing about
    meaningless poetry
    is it exercises
    the imagination
    for those who
    care about
    that human muscle..
    of creativity..
    the best thing
    truly is
    when
    all is
    meaningful..
    there is no dark..
    And the Cow
    becomes
    God
    LIGHT
    and the
    spoon too
    one and
    same with
    us truly sane
    with free will
    to LOVE FREE
    IN a relative
    cow
    way
    of
    course
    as one dish
    below above
    inside outside
    all around
    wherever
    the dish
    goes
    i
    we
    us
    remain
    aSonEdisH..:)

  6. Sanaa Rizvi says:

    Brought a huge smile on my face 😀 love this!!

  7. But where,
    Oh where
    Is the evasive spoon?

  8. Grace says:

    Love the undertone of “hot dish” ~ Amazing word play and title De ~

  9. Love that you took this familair rhyme and ramped it up a bit. Yes, cleve play on the hot dish idea as Grace notes.

  10. Oh, those are the kind of deep questions that keep me up all night. Thanks, de, thanks a lot.

  11. Kathy Reed says:

    We could ask the cat and the fiddle or the dog? 😉

  12. Perhaps it should have been crushed by the landing of the cow? Very suspicious indeed!

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