The Spoonbill Generator

Garden Shoes of the Vaudeville Monsters

Monsters in the garden [Francine]

Are busy munching weeds [N]

They're names are Zwig and Biggle [Francine]

I keep them both on leads [N]

I buy them orthopedic shoes [Francine]

And nylons by the score [Larry B]

And dress them up in tutus [N]

Then boot them out the door [F]

Roaming through the streets [N]

They frighten gentle souls [Francine]

They do not mean to scare [N]

Or snack on cotton bolls [Francine]

They whistle, too--a bit off key [Kansas Sam]

And often sing duets [Karin]

And sometimes they will stroke you [Francine]

Then bum your cigarettes [Kansas Sam]

They are an impish pair and yet [Francine]

They're warm and loving, too [Kansas Sam]

So pat them on their pointed heads [Francine]

I guarantee they'll mew [Kansas Sam]

Contributors: Francine, N, Larry B, F, Kansas Sam, Karin.
Poem finished: 6th August 2003.