gridlock raises my vamp-ire
October 31, 2007
Commute to work this morning (notice the gridlock from back window).
In keeping with the day, I wrote a little children’s rhyme about vampires. It goes a little something like this:
I was craving garlic pizza,
so I grabbed my trusty bike,
and peddled off to Lou’s Place,
where they have the kind I like.
Rushing home, my luck turned sour.
I blew out my front tire.
As I stopped to check it out
I saw my first vampire.
He snuck out from the shadows
of the jacaranda tree,
and hovered just above the ground
while making eyes at me.
He smiled at me with sneery lips,
and stared his vampire stare.
Then floated over to me.
Man he gave me such a scare!
I pretended not to notice,
that his eyes were glowing red.
But he knew that I was frightened.
You can’t fool the dang un-dead.
I figured I was done for
as he flashed his gleaming fangs.
Then I got this great idea
when I felt some hunger pangs.
Remembering I bought some
garlic pizza from Lou’s Place,
I grabbed it from my bike rack
and I shoved it in his face!
The vampire’s eyes shot open!
Oh he croaked just like a toad!
My trusty garlic pizza
caused the vampire to explode!