posted on Apr, 26 2016 @ 04:39 PM
The Great White Toad
As I strolled along the winding road,
I came upon a magnificent toad,
He hopped around, singing a song,
Beckoning me to follow along.
Mesmerized and hypnotized,
I decided to take a chance,
Off I went on top of his back,
And with a nervous chuckle I began to dance.
The travels we took were filled with mystery,
Ghostly figurines of children littered the path,
Leaving me to glorify their history,
While pondering their wrath.
Up a steep hill with bare trees around us,
We jumped to the haunted house,
The story was told by a scared little wuss,
Of an old lady scared to death by an evil mouse.
Entering at peril we saw the staircase,
With a spider web in the mirror,
The horror was in our face,
This was no joke spiders were the terror.
Quickly we exited to the safety of the road,
Where we found solace by the statue of an angel,
My buddy and I, the great white toad,
Took a deep breath and decided to dangle.
It seems our travels had come to and end,
I wished him safe travels and off he went,
Leaving me to contemplate and mend,
That majestic creature must have been heaven sent.