Thursday, October 20

Fire, Fire?

By Natasha
Dragons. Such delightful beasts!
I’d welcome one to any feast -
especially a barbeque.
Imagine what their flames could do...
grilling burgers, flaming steaks
without the smoke clouds charcoal makes!
They’d have food finished to a turn,
they’d never let your bangers burn.
And when winter came at last,
they’d light fires in your hearth!



A combined offering for my In Tandem and, when Friday comes, for G-Man's 55

20 comments:

  1. Where's George?? to defend our Land.

    Great work.

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  2. A kind and gentle fire-breather? Nice one.

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  3. Dragons aren't that scary after all :)

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  4. Great Dragon - as long as it remembers the guests aren't to be barbecued ;-)

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  5. Nice one, and no risk of food poisoning. I'd love a dragon because I hate cooking

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  6. Excellent! Except up 'ere in t'frozen North there's no way we can make "last" rhyme with "hearth" It rhymes not badly though if you live between Selsey Bill and Lyme Regis.

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  7. That's a delightful write.
    And no gas or electricity bills! But what do you have to feed the dragon on?
    Jamie.

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  8. N.B. (For Doc) 'last' is pronounced 'lahst', in line 9, as per Queen's English. LOL

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  9. Brits and their Dragons....
    Most excellent 55 My Friend
    Your support is Much Appreciated
    Thanks for playing, and have a Kick Ass Week-End

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  10. nothing like a dragon to keep you warm...unless of course she gets hungry and decides to eat you...

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  11. Jamie - I think the dragon might eat the charcoal? LOL

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  12. Love it! Filled with the whimsy I turn to dragons for....imagine a chef cap and apron ;) I'm hungry, now!

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  13. Bangers ? Hmmm- Buns ? Hair? Love it anyway! thanks! Dragons are a favorite!

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  14. The Munsters had a dragon under their staircase? Spot was his name.

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  15. As long as they don't set me on fire or gobble me up, I'm fine with it.

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  16. Sounds nice, but where would we keep it? There are probably neighborhood ordinances about having dragons. Maybe it would be best they only visited...

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  17. So true...what fun that could be, as long as it didn't roast little old me.

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  18. My four year old son is all for this! (whatever happened to wishing for a puppy?).

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  19. what a fab notion ....dragons sound as if they would do a better job than our men think they do ! thanks for sharing x

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