Due to an injunction from the Cyrus Trust, the thrilling conclusion to “My Secret Wedding to Miley Cyrus” has been postponed until next weeks sermon, by which time we’ll have hopefully come to a amicable settlment. In the meantime, enjoy this poem my friends..
The Devil of Boredom
drove me Insane,
the way that it tickled my Soul,
till I scratched that Itch
just for Fun,
Forces I couldn’t Control.
All it took, as it does,
was a phone call or two,
and on Facebook
some rumours and clues.
Then off the Mob took
in a great howling pack,
(I think they were looking for you)
But you can’t reason with Mobs
or so I have found
so I just went along for the ride,
as they turned the whole town
quite Upside down.
(I hope you found somewhere to hide)
My dear Friend, you should pray,
that the Devil of Boredom
never enters your Life.
For that Devil’s Idea
of Fun I have found
just leads to Trouble and Strife.
But you must come around
when the Dust has Died down,
we’ll have Muffins and Tea.
But this must be deferred
for alas, I’ve just heard
that the Mob is now looking for me!
The Reverend Hellfire is a practicing Performance Poet,
President of the Kurilpa Institute of Creativity Inc.,
and an ordained Minister of the Church of Spiritual Humanism
AND the Church of the Universe.
He likes the smell of his own armpits in the Summer