Thursday, June 24, 2010

Abecedarium of Demise: The Letter W



Walleyed Winifred Went in search of a Winsome Wig
She Wandered into a Wardrobe truck Which Was rather big



The Wardrobe trunk Wobbled over With Weak Winifred trapped inside
The Workers Who Walled up the Wardrobe room did not hear her as she cried.

Jenny Matlock

23 comments:

5thsister said...

Winsome. I used that word as well. Wonderful demise as always, my friend!

mbkatc230 said...

Oh boy, someone's in for a surprise if they ever renovate! Great post, I always enjoy your flights of fancy :) Kathy

My name is PJ. said...

My favorite W word of the week? Walleyed! MWAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

Debbie said...

Glad I am not Winifred....very cute post!

lissa said...

how sad for Walleyed for ending up in the wall, I suppose the nickname is appropriate

Betty (picture circa 1951) said...

Poor Winifred. As if she didn't have enough problems her parents named her Winifred.

Tina said...

Oh, that would be a horrible way to go...but deliciously campy as always.

Kass said...

Oh Winnifred, Winnifred. Now you're really wigged out.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

Winnifred must also have a saw or something in there too.

GardenofDaisies said...

Oooooh, this one is rather Poe-like. Poor unfortunate Winifred!

laterg8r said...

love that she is walleyed LOL :D

Blossom said...

Very cute and creative, I especially love the pictures!!!

Sue said...

That was a wicked cool post.

(No, I'm not from Boston...but I couldn't help myself.)

=)

Brenda said...

Oh my poor Winifred.

Cheryl D. said...

Hehe! Pretty funny, and a big Poeish!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

Wicked wonderful wise and wacky!

Viki said...

Poor Winifrid. It's almost like being buried alive. Ooo, scary thought. Great W post.

Jenny said...

Winifred, Winifred. Whereforth art thou?

And now... will we hear the tell tale beat of Winifreds Weak Heart?

What a great stop on our little journey through Alphabe-Thursday's letter "W".

You are a wonder!

A+

Christy said...

poor winnie...i choose to believe all will be okay :)

Christy said...

Poor Winifred. Wrong place at the wrong time.

H said...

Oh no! Poor her! How will she be rescued? *Will* she be rescued?

Melinda Cornish said...

I still want to know where you get all this wonderful stuff....I have to think so hard just to write what I do!

Jo said...

Winsome ... what a great word choice ... poor woman ... i wonder how long she cried ...