The blue mule stood beside the blue stool on which sat a blue fool - And each cheered the other! And BECAUSE the blue mule Stood beside the blue stool on which sat a blue fool, Each of them was no longer blue.
The blue mule stood beside the crazy frog said dear frog what is it that you blog the frog looked up he paused then sighed my dear friend to the blue mule replied There was a fog where my best friend died oh how on that day I cried and cried And vowed to her where she belied I won't forget - you were my bride! The blue mule was sad at this reply said why did your bride have to die was it a fox wanting frog pie oh tell me please though it's so hard try! The frog just jumped nine feet high went on his way with no goodbye!
The blue mule stood beside the red horse Hoarse was the goat in need of some tea Tee off rabbit and score at least four For the whale that was awfully sore Soar did his thoughts go like his friend bee Be loving, light and happy of course
The blue mule stood beside the cliff pondering lifes unknowingness unanswered questions attacking his brain why am i here? why am i blue? is there anything i can do?
seeking solace in the emptyness of air finding none, only dispair he hobbled back to his pond he watched as his friends carry on and decided he must do the same solve only the questions you can today what to eat? when to sleep? because the question of "is there more?" seemed far too deep for a simple blue mule to seek
The red shiny shoe lay on the grass beside.................... How would you end this sentence?It is interesting how even with one sentence the differences between each writer's imagination and style is apparent. How would you end the sentence above? Reading it back, is it setting up...
This was discussed a few weeks back...as something fun to do. For those of you that do not like to rhyme....don't worry...an extra special "country song" clause has been added to this challenge. That means that all you have to do is come close to the word in diction, personal...
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