Thursday, February 11, 2010

Abecedarium of Demise: The Letter D



Dolly was a Dancer with a Dour Disposition
She treated everyone she knew with an unDisguised Derision.



At a Downtown penthouse party her sarcastic tongue was not abated
and by Dawn poor Dolly found herself summarily Defenestrated.

20 comments:

Jacque said...

Good Morning!!

Thanks for stopping by the farmhouse for a visit today. I see you are quite a writer and artist! That portrait of your son is quite an heirloom! I know he will treasure that forever.

Thanks for sharing!

Maggie B said...

Such a Dizzy Dame, great post.
Thanks for stopping by the Presbytere today.
~maggie~

Catherine said...

LOL! You are so very creative with words :) .
Blessings,
Catherine

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

I enjoy your sketches and stories!

Jenny said...

OK. True story. I am reading the D links and loving them. I get to yours...I know that word...and I am almost wiggling in my chair in excitement. And, no, I didn't just have to go potty (Grandma-speak there, sorry)

Julie, you are an absolute unique and lovely treasure.

How do you think of these things?

When you become famous please don't forget all of us.

A+

Riet said...

What a great post.This Difficult English makes me feel Dizzy.

Viki said...

I love the hair and the legs LOL. You are just too talented ;0)

GardenofDaisies said...

LOL!!! Absolutely hilarious!!

NightSwimmer said...

Your d words are deliciously divine as is your delightful drawing. I've always loved d words.

Sarah said...

Julie, I aDore your alphablet posts! You are so clever and always have something unique to share for class. I aDmire the way your creative mind things.
Thanks for sharing. I scrolled down to the previous posts. Enjoyed them too!

moneythoughts said...

Wow! What did you do? I don't think I have ever seen 10 comments for one of your posts before. Congratulations! Perhaps as you hear from more people, you will gain confidence in your ability to write and entertain. You know your drawings stand up against anything out there. Maybe you should start putting a book of short tales together. : )

Jo said...

I love your sense of humor, and i find myself looking forward to seeing what you come up with each week!

Mumsy said...

What a wonderful D post for Alphabe Thursday..I like your drawings.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Dolly displayed a downward dastardly demeanor!

Happy "D" day!

Shabby Cottage Collectibles said...

Thanks for stopping by my Shabby Cottage today! I see you live in PA also I'm in Pittsburgh. Have a great day, Esther

mbkatc230 said...

As my daughter would say "there's an SAT word you don't often see"! You are so clever - I look forward every week to your posts! Kathy

My name is PJ. said...

Julie, I wish I could comment with a fraction as much comic creativity as you have in your AlphabeThursday posts.

You must be great fun at a dinner party after a glass of wine!

mrs. c said...

You are a hoot, as we say in the south, so clever and talented! Thanks for stopping by.

lissa said...

wow! guess that Dolly needs to learn to be nicer or keep her thoughts to herself

jess said...

LOL- that was wonderful!