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The Coronation ( East Wing )

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Dr.Moose1
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0 posted 10-19-1999 06:41 PM       View Profile for Dr.Moose1   Email Dr.Moose1   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to Submit your Poem to Passions  View IP for Dr.Moose1

They held a coronation , from the woodwork they came out.
The"Dead" played "Terrapin Station", "The Beatles" , "Twist and shout" .
There was no pomp for this bunch, not even circumstance .
Quazi-Moto had a hunch , he might get lucky at this dance .

The Justins really cut a rug , having smuggled in some scissors .
Sunshine greeted all with hugs , the Count showed his incisors .
Vincent painted Leo , and Leonardo painted Vince.
And though each out-did the other , I'm still not convinced .

Balladeer met Suthern , they hit it off real swell .
I wonder does this make him , the "Ball" of the "Belle"?
Toe was busy wiping , something from his shoe.
It looked like well greased goose-@#$%, and was slipperier than it too !

Cratchit had her hands full , there was one who'd got her ,"Goethe".
Pepper sprayed the assembly , with an imaginary hose .
I was playing Air guitar , jammin with the band .
About the time what Toe had wiped , really hit the fan !

Michael hit the ceiling , when Houdini picked the locks .
Opening up door number three , to reveal ... "The Big Box " !
Towering in splendor , trade-mark yellow and green .
The biggest best selection , in one place ever seen .

As to what did happen next , you may believe it not .
The giant boxe's top popped off , and out sprang Andrew Scott !
A magnificent crown , adorned his head .
With six shades of each color , and seven of red .

The crayons he'd duct taped , around his top .
From heat had dripped down , drop by drop .
Flowing onto , his hospital gown .
In resplendant streams , that touched the ground .

His regal visage , clad in multiple hues .
The "Wizard of Wax" , made his debut.
Accepting the mantle , that none can refute .
As the "King of Crayons" , but not of the 'stute


© Copyright 1999 William E.Kleist - All Rights Reserved
Justin Thyme
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1 posted 10-19-1999 06:52 PM       View Profile for Justin Thyme   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Justin Thyme

Hail, Wizard! Wizard of Wax!
We didn't know that it was you,
but so it was, in fact...
You made this celebration
all it was and all it's not!

Hail, Wizard!
Wax Wizard of Scott!


-JT
just me
Watcher666
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2 posted 10-19-1999 06:57 PM       View Profile for Watcher666   Email Watcher666   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems   Click to visit Watcher666's Home Page   View IP for Watcher666

LOL!!! Sounds like a good time was had by all!

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Illusion...what we see and what we do...it's all up to you.
Dr.Moose1
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3 posted 10-21-1999 08:34 PM       View Profile for Dr.Moose1   Email Dr.Moose1   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Dr.Moose1

It kind of reminded me of some more care-free days .Wishing you all many more .

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Sometimes nonsense isn't .
Andrew Scott
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4 posted 10-25-1999 07:34 PM       View Profile for Andrew Scott   Email Andrew Scott   Edit/Delete Message      Find Poems  View IP for Andrew Scott

Dr. Moose: I read this some time back but was unable to respond with the creativity it deserved. I'm still to busy with work to do it justice but I could not let you be slighted any futher. I appreciated the laugh and all that went into this work. When I have time to sharpen my crayons, I'll respond proper. Till then, my best to all in the Stute...

Signed: Andrew "Working to hard in California" Scott.
 
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