I’m a purple…huh?

Day 21 of #HAWMC: MadLib Poem

Go to : http://languageisavirus.com/cgi-bin/madlibs.pl and fill in the parts of speech and the site will generate a poem for you. Feel free to post the Madlib or edit it to make it better.”

On the next instalment of “Would you like crack with those med?”…comes a computerized version of #wtf? for your viewing pleasure…I think I actually nearly started an asthma attack between reading mine and my husband’s poems for today.

So…….am I the “bewildered” purple person, or the “fancy” purple person?

And you thought my purple painted ponies were bat-shit crazy…

all in FRABJOUS

All in FRABJOUS went my child noticeing
on a powerful kiss of scant
into the glorious language .

resounding red treatment ed soulful and ing
the fancy person before.

effortless be they than wonder thought
the bewildered purple person
the purple fancy person .

resounding purple woman at a free work
the helpful effort before.

candy at watch went my child noticeing
noticeing the table down
into the glorious language .

resounding red treatment ed soulful and ing
the important kitten before.

uptight be they than scary purple cemetary
the red free person
the blank soulful n person .

resounding blank invention at a scant interest
the odd journey before.

life at weather went my child noticeing
noticeing the holiday down
into the glorious language .

resounding red treatment ed soulful and ing
the odd feather before.

magnificent be they than old-fashioned prescription
the burly white person
the scented glamorous person .

resounding scented ladybug at the FRABJOUS holiday
the glamorous movie before.

All in FRABJOUS went my child noticeing
on a powerful kiss of scant
into the glorious language .

resounding red treatment ed soulful and ing
my story walk life before.

– Brynn & e.e. cummings

Create Your Own Madlib on LanguageIsAVirus.com

This post was written in participation of WEGO Health Activist Writer’s Month Challenge, April 2012.

http://blog.wegohealth.com/

2 responses to “I’m a purple…huh?

  1. I suspect yours was based on the same poem as mine – but being Frabjous – yours sounds much happier!

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