a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Cabin Fever and Guns...

Snow on the roof
Ice on the grass
Not telling how many times
I've fallen on my a--

All dogs are gone
Shot the chickens for fun
Downed the cattle from afar
My husband had better run

JOKING!  FICTION

18 comments:

WordsPoeticallyWorth said...

An ammusing poetic piece that I enjoyed reading.

Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

Ela said...

Interesting confession row
Greetings

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I think he's running now.
I bet you are really sick of snow.

Country Gal said...

Not a good combination cabin fever and guns lol ! It has been cold but sunny here so not to bad for us for getting outside for a bit ! Thanks for sharing . Have a good day !

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha.

Sandra said...

brahaha... poor chickens...poor cows and i hope you are having a BBQ... thanks for the smiles.

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Sketching with Dogs said...

That is so funny - best laugh I've had today!
Lynne x

Sandy said...

Bahahahahahaha!!!! Now that's funny!

Willow said...

This one you should have saved for April 1st HA ha
too funny

Michaele said...

Glad you didn't save this for your Valentines Day post. Hehe

Kathryn said...

Fun, cabin fever will do that to you. :)

The Milk Maid said...

Cute! I bet your husband sleeps with one eye open now, lol!

Farm Girl said...

Haha I love that you had to write that you were joking. I think it is a very funny poem.

Saucy Kodz said...

Cabin Fever n Guns - now, if TM read this, he will be watchin' ya fer sure. he,he That first line is exactly how my winter is, except my A_s has only hit the ground once this winter and that was mostly because I had to climb over an "Icebank"(snowbank) to cut branches off my pine tree leaning over the barn and the back of the house when we had that ice storm. Two branches did break but not on the house - Gail, you are a hoot and whether its a bit of the dark side or being light....you sure bring it to my day. Thanks for the giggle and have a wonderful day. Hi to gang and special hugz to Marcy :)

A Quiet Corner said...

Good gravy...tell hubs he can come stay with us till you're over it!!!!...LOL!...:)JP

Lynne said...

Loved this!

Susan Kane said...

You know, there are other things to do when you have cabin fever that don't involve firearms.

Your poem nailed it very well.

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