Thursday, May 13, 2010

Abecedarium of Demise: The Letter Q


Quincy had to much to Quaff at the spring Quadrille.
He Quickly sunk into a Quagmire after tumbling down a hill.


The Quarry man brought his mules to pull the fool from his mired Quest,
yet Quincy was drawn into Quarters when the mules pulled with too much zest.

29 comments:

Viki said...

Uh Oh LOL.

Kass said...

Gross and wonderful!

Anna said...

Oh my! What a good rhyme with such a horrific content!!!!
Is that meant to be a children's rhyme?
Well, you used a lot of good Q-words.
Best wishes,
Anna
http://annasadornments.blogspot.com/2010/05/q-as-in-quilts-quartz-abc-wednesday.html

laterg8r said...

great use of the Q's :D

Sh@KiR@ CK said...

Great drawings...too much zest indeed...
pleasure to know you..
Mine is here
Happy Sensational Wednesday!
hugs
shakira

Jo said...

LMAO!!! the best one yet ... just about had me spewing coffee onto my screen ...

lissa said...

a bit too much for me but great Q words

JDaniel4's Mom said...

The donkey had no qualms did he?

Amy said...

I skipped a bunch of numbers to get to this one!! And I'm not disappointed! Fun, twisted, and quirky (check me using those q words!) as always!

Tracy said...

How do you come up with something each week that is so entertaining

Terra said...

very cute, icky and cute

Beth said...

Poor Quincy! LOL!

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mbkatc230 said...

I couldn't wait to see what you would come up with for Q. And as usual, you didn't disappoint! Kathy

Brenda said...

Oh my. Heads or tails? I will be sure not to ever walk past a mules after having a little to drink. And I have tried to talk my hubs into a mule since moving here. I have a friend that owns one and I guess they are quite calm and sweet. Humm..

Jenny said...

Poor quadranted Quincy.

I love the expression on his face.

Quelle horror!

Julie...you are quite quirky but always amazing!

A+

Sarah said...

Julie, I saw this when you first posted it,but Blogger wouldn't let me comment that evening. Another good one. I always look forward to your weekly contribution to Alphabe-Thursday. Great job!

Melinda Cornish said...

oh you and the way your mind works...this is really funny! happy q day!

paige said...

I love your poem, although a little icky. Nice blog, too!

Thanks for visiting me.

GardenofDaisies said...

Ouchie! Poor Quincy. Way too much zest indeed!
Julie, I think you are the only person on earth who can tell tales of gruesome endings with humor.

Angie said...

I read it first and didn't understand all the Q...Then read it a second time and looked at your drawings and finally got it! LOL! You have quite the imagination! I think I should go read your other letters! :) love it!

Steph said...

Eew... I love the word "quadrille." Great drawings and Q words.

Tina said...

I love this series, so macabre and at the same time humorous. Quite the feat to pull that off week after week! I love the look of complete innocence on that mule in the foreground. Such a great contrast to what he's just done...

H said...

My first visit, but I enjoyed the weird humour :)

jeff campbell said...

Poor ol Quincy...funny you:-) Another out of the park home run post...you are a joy in blogland...Peace and blessings Julie...

Christy said...

Oh my heavens. Makes me kind of queasy.

Christy said...

oh my--quadrified! i always look forward to your post!

easternsparkle said...

Fab post - just don't want to think about his demise!

RNSANE said...

Julie, what a wonderful creative use of the letter "Q" - I love your poem!