Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Turn that frown upside down.

This is a tale of a tiny town
Where everyone pulled his face in a frown

They frowned upon everything and saw things as bad
they were always disagreeing and got really mad

But then one morning when they rose from their beds
They were walking around on the hair on their heads

The world had turned upside down in the night
They nearly fell up from shock and fright

There was grass in the air and sky on the floor
Orange juice ran up when you tried to pour

Cats walked around with their feet on the ceilings
And upside down babies were squirming and squealing

The chaos was worsened when they went to the loo
and the same problem surfaced when they showered too

But in stead of the usual frowns on their faces
They were suddenly smiling, Goodness Gracious!

Frowned Upon

Theo's Latest Offering, begging for response.