Saturday, September 3, 2011

A Humor Post in Saturday Centus



Funny Bunny Fridays 


Saturday Centus: 106 words..





Here, I’m begging your pardon,

I will have a picnic party near a space garden,

Where we have many types of food,

you bet come with delicious mood,

One major appetizer is pizzas, that’s good,

stories will be added to the center,

lyrics are encouraged to enter...

Funny pizzas come in boxes,

Bunny pizzas are carried by foxes,

Space drink are flying kind,

what you can do is to open your mind;

A  show will be on,

while you eat, drink, and sing along;

"What kind of pizza is this?"

someone might wonder,

"A world class pizza to bring you bliss."

You can respond to make them ponder.


42 comments:

Sue said...

Fun, especially with the pic.

=)

Karen S. said...

Ha ha! Very funny and look so yummy to gobble up! Thanks!

Bookie said...

Nice rhyming use of the prompt! Different and refreshing....

cj Schlottman said...

I love this delicious take on the prompt!

Namaste.........cj

Bethe77 said...

Oh this is darling!
This reminds me of a childs play.
It is fun and full of rhymw just like a childs rhyme.
Love it!
blessings

Rek said...

This is so much fun...can almost imagine the scene...well written.

Judie said...

This gathering is right up my alley! Just tell me where and when! I will show up with a special pizza from my Centus today!

benjity said...

This makes me feel like I'm 7 years old again!

welcome to my world of poetry said...

This was exceeptional to read and Most enjoyable to read.

Yvonne.

wordcoaster said...

Wonderful entry! You had me chuckling at all the randomness :)

Stafford Ray said...

Love the yummy party bunnies! They even have built in tooth picks!

charleslmashburn said...

This is great. I love pizza!

My entry: http://charleslmashburn.wordpress.com/2011/09/02/the-grouchy-old-man-2/

Jack Edwards Poetry said...

Fun poem, very well written.

Here is my entry:
http://jackedwardspoetry.blogspot.com/2011/09/brothers.html

Ames said...

Cute, unfortunately pizza is devoured so fast in my house noone would notice the details! :)~Ames

beckyp said...

great post

Manicddaily said...

Lovely slant rhymes.

Dave King said...

Yes, very funny, but more than that... a mind-opener to boot! Brilliant.

LBTL said...

That was mad cool, fun and so like gardening day, potluck that is :)
Enjoy!

http://lynnaima.wordpress.com/2011/09/05/square-one/

Dazee Dreamer said...

I loved the picture and made me kind of want to taste it.

blackswanpoetry said...

lol,,,very creative

fiveloaf said...

cute! here's my entry: http://fiveloaf.wordpress.com/2011/08/30/a-roar-to-mankind/

Ann LeFlore said...

Your picture is great. I also think your poem goes so well with this and it is so cute.
http://gatelesspassage.com/2011/09/04/haggle-baggily/

Brian Miller said...

pizza often makes me smile...fun write...

thingy said...

I love this! Great write. : )

Teresa Marie said...

I want to see that bunny pizza, lol! Great imaginative poem!! Blessings... Terri

Heaven said...

What a fun picnic party.. I want to go ~

Happy day ~

Jo said...

It does sound like a very interesting pizza! i liked this use of the prompt, wonderful and playful and off in another world!

BECKY said...

What a cute pizza! And of course, a great story, too!

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Sounds like a party I'd like to attend! Fun poem. laurie

Celestial Dreamz said...

yummy n funny :)

bendedspoon said...

ahaha! deliciously fun! :)

Tina said...

lol very clever. love the pic!

Short Poems said...

This is a lovely :)

William Leed said...

Good job!!
William

Jo Bryant said...

cute

Evelyn said...

yay!
Im smiling...

JamieDedes said...

Now you've done it, Monday. I'm longing for a pizza.

Delightfully cheerful post. Thanks! :-)

Ed Pilolla said...

a lot of fun. very enjoyable:) thanks!

haikulovesongs said...

this pizza sounds delicious! ♥

thelaughinghousewife said...

Sounds like my kind of pizza! Love that pic.

Shauna said...

adorable and lyrical.

Jenny said...

This was so fun! Loved the pictures with it.

It reminded me of a book I used to read my Grandlittles called Polly's Picnic. Really cute!