Friday, May 05, 2006

Soviet Russia Limerick

There once was a man named Boris
Who entered the shop of a florist
But in the spring there's no flowers
In a land of snow and statue-towers
So the florist said "I plan to focus my attention on the production of steel and various lengths of copper wire in an effort to provide the state with the means to complete the next Five-Year Plan. Victory to the revolution. Das vidanya, comrade Boris."


Manisha said...

Yesterday, I showed this limerick to a Russian, and he thought it was as cool as I think it is. So, Will, is this a one-off or can we expect a series of Soviet Russia-themed poetry?