Please help yourself to a cup of tea and an apple brownie (spiders and centipedes optional).
On this crisp and clear Halloween Eve, we're serving up a tasty poem by London-based author Elli Woollard.
I love noshing at her wonderful blog, Taking Words for a Stroll, which is a gold mine of fun, whimsical, silly and nonsensical rhymes, sure to put a smile on your face and make you want to indulge in some wordplay of your own.
One never knows just what Elli will write about next -- ducks? vikings? cats? farting mermaids? I admit I was first drawn to her foodie poems. Who could resist such titles as"Kitchen Bullies," "Feeling Like Cake," "Best Biscuit Race""The Joys of Toast"? Here's a poet who'll riff on cheese even though she doesn't personally care for it. Oh, and did you know there's a "Shortage of L's"? Nasty business, that. I don't ike it one bit. :)
When I saw "There's a Fly in My Soup," I knew I just had to share it here. Soup -- my middle name! And since it's almost Halloween and all, it's a good time to swallow a few flies, spiders and other creatures with rascally relish. Bugs, birds and goats never tasted so good.