Sparklehorse

Sparklehorse

Once upon a crumbly cake, the morning spiked with dew Migrainee woodsman fixed the brace into his tarheel shoe He said goodbye to Charlie, now unfit to sit or shake D’hound all fat with venom from a timber rattlesnake He tried to make a break that day, sad woodsman on a dare But vexed! instead he found himself hosting quite a bear Stupid, slow and overfed this woolly one was not Our hero knew not half the tricks his caller had forgot

The bear blew snuffling cross the porch, scratching down the wall And clawing at the baseboards where the meeker... more