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Gabriel

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Gabriel

Gabriel



Enter!   Step across the threshold
unto a haunted house.
There’s tricky, tricky vermin here, 
ssshhh !    Tread carefully like a mouse.

Heathens  satyrs ,
bragging lazy waiters,
filthy filthy rats, large red cats.
A bully or two drunk through and through.

But mark me now all these pirates
twould bow down and fall,
begging in front of one
who rules ‘em all.

Gabriel !
A prince in reality
Oh  mighty, mighty  jester,
searching for a flea.

How the ghosts all about
do sit up and stare
if little Gabriel changes unto a bear,
and in a merry muddle  
pisses straight unto a puddle .

Then to ride upon his mare of steel
to some fair isle that isn’t real.
All the maids do love him
cause he dances like a stoat

He’s three feet tall,
six years no more,  master of all
So in this haunted house,
sssshhh!       Tread carefully like a mouse.

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  1. Date: 8/15/2012 9:48:00 PM
    Awee,, i fell into deep reading your poem. The part of Gabriel was very strange but awesome... oooo...shhhhh! don't want to scare the mouse To care me... get it.. I'm very much afraid of crepping silent mice... oi! especially if you mix that mouse in a haunted house.. amazing story bringing Gabriel, on the surface... love your write.. Good night PD