‘A Silly Ditty’ by Cathy MacKenzie

Welcome to The Spot Writers. This month, the task is to use the five words: toilet paper, TV, midget, flamenco, dragon.

Cathy’s novels, WOLVES DON’T KNOCK, a psychological drama, and MISTER WOLFE, the darkly dark sequel or stand-alone (18+), are available on Amazon. MY BROTHER, THE WOLF, the last of the series, is scheduled for release in 2022/2023.

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“A Silly Ditty” by Cathy MacKenzie

I have a dear friend

Who talks of midgets

And silly sillies, widgets,

Whatever tales she can blend.

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She spiels many words,

Stories of dragons

And fire-red wagons,

Even bizarre birds.

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She likes to dance

Flamenco style

Down the grocery aisle,

As if in a magical trance.

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Once during a crazy caper

She tangoed and twirled

And appallingly hurled,

Cleaning up with toilet paper.

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If I’d had a camera near,

I would’ve taken photos

For she’d staged such a pose

That made my eyes tear.

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I said I should film her,

Put the footage on TV

For all the world to see,

Create a comical stir.

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She changed her ways,

Watches what she does,

Not wanting to create a buzz

For the rest of her days.

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The Spot Writers—Our Members:

Val Muller: http://www.valmuller.com/blog/

Catherine A. MacKenzie: https://writingwicket.wordpress.com/wicker-chitter/

Phil Yeats: https://alankemisterauthor.wordpress.com

Chiara De Giorgi: https://chiaradegiorgi.blogspot.com/

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