Hello again, Gentle Readers..
Max has been with us for about two weeks, now, and I believe it’s time to take the relationship to the next level…
No, I’m not talking about holding hands or anything of that sort, I’m speaking of the next level culturally – a matter of refinement, intellect and good manners, etc. – you know – the stuff of which High Society is made…
Yea, I can only be speaking of … Poetry…
Hence, therefore, I present to you, Gentle Readers, my first poetic offering to Max…
Walking The Dog
The Very William H. Kammerer, Jr., Esquire (not)
Doggy Woggy was a dog
Doggy Woggy liked to jog
Master didn’t like to run
Doggy’s master was no fun
Doggy Woggy’s master wasn’t very doggy… Woggy?
Thank you for your kind attention…
2 thoughts on “The Max Factor – Chapter Five: Poetry Dedicated To Max (Maxetry) – Verse One”
you are a funny, funny boy. . .God bless you!
Thank you.. He most definitely has… 🙂