The Spoonbill Generator

Cactus Mothering

The lawn was laid [Apsley]

Flowers bedded [fester]

When, from the sun, [Apsley]

Appeared the dreaded, [Stacy Alexander]

MIlking maid [Apsley]

Her eyes aglow, [Stacy Alexander]

I could not run! [Carl Marks]

The barn was locked, [Stacy Alexander]

She was wedded [Apsley]

The food was bolted [Grayman]

When a red head [fester]

Was dismayed [Apsley]

She couldn't go [Anon.]

And was jolted [Apsley]

The dread milk-maid [Anon.]

Them both shredded [Apsley]

When, like a Hun, [fester]

With double-headed [Beefy]

Sexual aid [fester]

Went to and fro [Apsley]

With evil hum! [fester]

The squire was shocked [Apsley]

But still headed [fester]

When, from the rear [Stacy Alexander]

A ball appeared [fester]

Burning unleaded [Stacy Alexander]

And him played, [Apsley]

like harped strings cord. [star]

Contributors: Apsley, fester, Stacy Alexander, Carl Marks, Grayman, Anon., Beefy, star.
Poem finished: 27th November 2002.