Sky walking nineteen
while stars war above
lonely boy unseen
fly away he’d love.
Kin be, kin no be,
walker went ahead
with the falcon flee
away from the dead
but not banned solo
rebel Sith inflow
sis away to see.
To strike as Jedi
force trained he must be
and must the boy die?
Come away knightly?
Cold özel rakı
served with spiced lamb souvlaki
is just so Turkey
Of course some would say that doesn’t rock (if you haven’t had enough Raki) so I’ve rolled up another ‘R’. This great ode to Canadian maritime folklore can be sung to the tune “Farewell to Nova Scotia”. Maybe some would prefer that. You are welcome to add your own verses below though–um–I guess the story really ends there doesn’t it? Sorry.
Randall of Nova Scotia, Lord of the Onion Rings
may your belly fully extended be
when you are in our view it is hard to see a thing
unless you’re cowed by the great Mr. Jim Lahey
James Lahey, a good officer of the law
strove to keep Dartmouth from wrongs and crime
but a trio’s silly prank one Halloween past saw
this paragon descend to Sunnyvale for all time
Richard and Julian were in the stir,
Bubbles in his tool shed was forlorn
but when Lucy rapped twice the cats did purr
and he opened up the door with a cat newborn.
Lucy tells Bubbles that his long lost twin
is waiting for him at her trailer/salon.
But when Bubbles meets his double Bobby-Finn
Sunnyvale collapses into a black hole. All gone
I’ve no quarrel with Quarrel
that dead Cayman Islander
he’s my fav Fleming moral.
And best scuba instructor.
In two great novels spying,
but just the one Broccoli,
quiet and savvy, bonding
easy, James and I, with he.
I sure wish Ian’s dragon
had our Quarrel abandoned.
sits up the leafy Rhûn bamboo
apart from the bloody fighting.
did this happen to be, you ask now.
an unimaginative Vat Mom
lighter skinned because
genes had reverted to the elvish.
soak up sun like she had heartwood,
her Vat siblings couldn’t abide.
didn’t end there, Two just wouldn’t fit.
all rules, spurned not by tree or Ent.
did she, her lack of orc duty. Her great, dirty secret.
her, they shoved and prodded, rarely gave her to eat
far ahead scouting, her superiors hoped she was attritioned.
Two away from both armies. She opted to be tree bound
so high away in her state of AWOL
came to her no matter how she wished to close that door.
through the fight she stayed still and tight
tree though the shrieks of combat
as the sun finally blossomed
dread orc horde encaving quickly.
dwarves and elves rested then.
waited until all was quiet, her cue.
lightly through forest shady edging
threading woods she wasn’t quiet enough
the sharp-eyed scout saw her movin’
he held back on his nocked arrow.
from sun and open she’d truly stay
unOrcish, to the tree trunks and mossy muck.
from the bush or you’ll have no life to show.”
She looked and nothing would expose
and tree. Greens. Browns. Shaking in grief.
she slipped out, all her senses assaulting
the light, waiting for death so rigor, so blue.
stepped out with his bow tightening.
you? Or should I ask what you are?’
she mumbled low. Fearfully too.
again, semi-Orc, I could only hear a bit.”
“But you touch tree, leaf. Fear not sun nor sky blue.”
“I’m not a good Orc.” On her hair, bitter, she tugs.
Badin grins and eases his bow arm’s torque.
foe is not my enemy.” And, with a laugh, he goes.
Orc Two, of a sudden, with a life more freeing.
Safe was the young man of Napanee
No risking, no drink, no chance did he
He grew old secure
No stress he’d endure
‘Til he died unlined and so lonely
Mortar glues the stone
Rain bites it through, moist mighty
Humpty will still spill