Monday, November 22, 2010

A Fatal Mistake



Rudolph



No more Red-nosed
Nor running nor jumping
Only just NF, Not Falling!
That's all
Just stuck to the wall
It took
Just one fatal mistake!


Inspired by Susan's MicroFiction Monday # 58

30 comments:

Pat said...

A morality tale--I love it. My limerick is also a morality tale. So sad...the sometimes fatal mistakes of youth.

Kay L. Davies said...

So sad, no more running or jumping. I know just how he feels.
Good one.
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Peggy said...

A sad little limerick.
Very very nice!

Sylvia K said...

Ah, yes! The mistakes of youth!! Know just how he feels -- well, when I can actually remember those way back then!!! Have a great week!

Sylvia

Susan Fobes said...

Yep, just one... Nice!

gaelikaa said...

So wise and so true! Great stuff!

http://greatttt.wordpress.com/2010/11/22/crmm58/

Reflections said...

Oh no! Not the slip and fall!

kaykuala said...

Pat,
Yes, youth often learn the hard way.

Kay,
It's a lonely guy who upsets the apple-cart.

Peggy,
Thanks for dropping by.

Sylvia,
Yes, The youths have their ups and downs. Wishing a great week for you too!

Hank

kaykuala said...

Susan and Gaelikaa,
Thanks for the visit

Hank

kaykuala said...

Petrina,
The folly of youth, a sad story.

Hank

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Good advice from a deer who knows. Good one.

SouthLakesMom said...

Poor Rudolph. If he'd only listened to his mom...so I tell my teens

Dianne said...

good one
NF - not falling, I like that

SparkleFarkle said...

Oh, the humanity! (<--But waaay funny!) What ever will Santy Claus do if it's foggy, come Christmas? LOL!

SparkleFarkle~~~~~*

Stoic-wes said...

Love it plain and simple love it...

Mary said...

Hahahaha! Perfect!

Sylvia Morice said...

So THAT'S what NF stands for...I had wondered about it and now I know. Thanks so much...lol
Have a great week. Cheers!

TALON said...

I loved your take on this! Poor guy!

Gigi Ann said...

How sad. But made a cute little limerick.

Diane said...

Yup, that's how it goes sometimes. Poor guy! :O)

septembermom said...

Hold on Rudolph! What a great microfiction today.

kaykuala said...

Lisa,SLMom,Diane,
Mom deer knows best, Thanks!

kaykuala said...

Sparkle,
Santa goin to use his GPS, I'm sure!

kaykuala said...

Sylvia,
It could've been Not Female, Nothing Fancy or Next Fall we meet again!

kaykuala said...

Stoic, Mary,Talon,Gigi,Diane,SMom
Thanks, and sure bet will return your visits.

ninotaziz said...

Dear Sir Hanks,

This was fun!

Just to let you know, I will be out of the loop these few months (though I will be browsing through the poets blogsphere)

I have just strated my new book - LEGENDS - From The Makyung, and the research and writing is taking up a lot of my spare time.

Do continue your fine poetry and do visit my blog from time to time!

kaykuala said...

Dear Ninot Ma'am,
It's good you're on to something big. The poetry scene is always there for you to make encroachments. We'll miss you but you've a job to do. I admire your resolve. It's good you'll still be making your presence felt as and when. With every best wishes for your new venture.

EG Wow said...

Ah! Sometimes it pays to be extra careful!

kaykuala said...

How true it is , Wow!

Amanda Moore said...

Oh gosh I cracked up reading this! NF! Loved it!