Kit and Caboodle


Every day you walk by my home

Your cane in hand and leg in a cast

“Poor guy! You have to “hobble, hobble, hobble”

Thanksgiving, it’s to the coop

For the main course, he escapes

Chanting “gobble, gobble, gobble”

You need new shoe soles

It’s to the shop- he takes off the old,

Puts on the new-“Cobble, cobble, cobble”

The heel on one shoe is thicker than the other

So you leave the shop

And  “wobble, wobble, wobble”

Playing baseball, you pick up a grounder

To throw him out but “bobble, bobble, bobble”

You type in your computer in all lower case

And have to change to all caps

So you “toggle, toggle, toggle”

You go skin diving and want to see

The enormous mammals of the deep

Put on your “goggles, goggles, goggles”

You’re given a job to do at work

And do it wrong, don’t worry

Next time you won’t “boggle, boggle, boggle”

You write a poem and try to think

Of the right word, but it doesn’t come

Just use your “noodle, noodle, noodle” 

Don’t need to “Google, Google, Google”

Or blow your bugle, bugle, bugle

It’s not so “futile, futile, futile”

You’re always “frugal, frugal, frugal”

When you buy “strudel, strudel, strudel”

The leftovers to the “poodle, poodle, poodle”

This poem just gave you the whole

“Kitten caboodle, boodle, boodle…

Hmm—this is all garbage

I’ll give it to the kitty...

  • Author: pldabbs (Pseudonym) (Offline Offline)
  • Published: March 16th, 2019 19:01
  • Category: Fable
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