Thursday, October 25, 2007

Sonnet for Pumpy


An ode to Pumpy, from reader D. Baggins.

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Ripped and shredded was this giant man
massive chest, legs, arms and even his paws
that could grip three boobs with one single hand
a feat that did inspire shock and awe.

A man whose myth is most Herculean
descended from Zeus, this modern he-man.
He belonged in the Colosseum
crushing mere mortals like tiny tin cans.

Sad, the day we learned of his passing
the sorrow lay heavily on our minds
gloomy condolences were amassing
death took him so young, life is most unkind.

Ending on a note that is light and loose
rest in peace Pumpy, I tip you my goose.

Sincerely,
D. Baggins

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# posted by douchebag1

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