Tom Foolery (A Twisted Nonsensical Writing Exercise)


Absurdly loud

The elephant roared

And snarled his snaggly teeth

And grinded its claws in the ground

The antelope watched

With it’s long furry neck

And the frog glanced on with its tongue

The librarian shouted and quarreled a bit

For her hooves were galloping in place

But her teeth they did sing

And mutter along

As the beat grew softer and softer

The pillows did run

And the sink soon did follow

As the fleas and the alligators flew

The priest he did cry

And the clocks all did die

But the wombats swam on for their supper

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