Funny Farm

 

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There once was a cranky cow because the farmer had called her a sow
With determination she said, “moo” translated means “I don’t like you”

Well the pig got very upset, couldn’t understand what the farmer ment
The heifer was as big as horse, for goodness sake, didn’t “oink” of course

Now the horse heard gossip from the hen, what’d been said in the pig pen
This perturbed him lots, comparing a stallion to cattle that have big spots

The family dog heard the “neigh” of the steed and this angered him indeed
For Spot believed himself a dalmation, to indeed have an amazing vocation

Then the rooster heard “bark” from the pup, thinking it was time to get up
He crowed quite loudly, wanting to prove his great importance so proudly

Seeing the sun had not yet arose, the farmer in anger was quick on his toes
Yelling as he marched out, said, “be quiet!” as he tapped the pig on the snout

So the moral of the story is as such, don’t listen to what others say too much
Especially a story about a man who can’t tell between a chicken and a ham©

by Mac

In Responce to SoCS: Our prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “moo.” Base your post on the word “moo” or a word that rhymes with it. Bonus points if you actually use the word “moo” in your post.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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13 responses to “Funny Farm

  1. Reblogged this on Site Title and commented:
    Amazing place

  2. Snigdha Swain

    wonderful!! 🙂

  3. Delightful! Looks like extra points for you! : )

  4. I really love this story! I just love the way you combined two prompts together along with your poetic voice to create a beautiful story! Mac, you blow me away!

    You really are so talented! 😊😊😊

    – A.J. BAWSE, Xx

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