Tuesday, May 10, 2005

Surreal Sonnet

This is a Shakespearean (or English) Sonnet written within the style of surrealism, just a playful expirement mind you. It's entitled:


Macalahoughn McFlunk took a dipper
In the trunk of his backseat meatloaf
Whilst his lady in darling yellow ribbons made a whisper
About Tony the Tigers uncle named Wolf!

All this time, little Nicky was singing
Next to the fountain of youth quite sterile
Although no sprocket could hear the ringing
Each and all knew the tantamount of such peril!

Cindy Lou-who called for the pepper-spray
While Bo-peep and her sheep fled in terror
There wasn’t a single soul that knew what to pray
When such macaroni noodles were eaten in unholy error!

And he meant it quite sincerely when he shouted for
Cry havoc and let loose the dogs of war!

Tristan Vick

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