Photo credit: William Webb
Sadje of the Blog, Keep it Alive, has tagged me in the challenge. She has chosen this great picture for me. I am going to change things slightly. Rather than a story, I have written a poem instead.
Thank you for Tagging me. 🙂
Here is Sadje’s Post:
Tell The Story Challenge # 7
And here is my poem:
A Modern High Noon
The Sun was up at its Zenith,
That means it was high noon,
And in front of her stood Kenneth,
And to her right was Mr Muldoon.
It was like a scene from a picture,
The gunfight at the OK Corral,
But you hadn’t seen a stranger depicture,
Though it did wonders for her broken morale.
It appeared to be a Mexican standoff,
Though all was not quite what it seems,
She knew something the others couldn’t think of.
Well, after all, it was all part of her dreams.
Only her two pistols were loaded,
And she shot her ex-husband stone dead.
Then walked off with Muldoon, her Lawyer.
Who she’d rather have married instead.
And though dreams were far from reality,
It put a smile on her face for a week.
But it almost damaged impartiality,
When she pinched her lawyers left cheek.
With renewed confidence and vigour
The divorce case was settled quite soon.
For there’s nothing quite like the rigour,
That comes with a dream of High Noon.
Copyright: Kristian Fogarty 31/January/2019
So I hope you enjoyed my attempt at a humorous, narrative poem.
So who shall I choose to pass the challenge on to?
Laura M Bailey
Hinoeuma (Victoria) of Cosmic Observation
The Rendezvous Club/ Thought for Change.
Here is a picture to inspire you:
Have Fun 🙂