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Evil Guy Wreaks Havoc
by Pamela June Kimmell

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This poem is dedicated to Kate Clifford who suggested it after reading a comment by Karen Vidra on one of Kate's poems.....Karen had a "close encounter" with a mouse at work! So - Karen and Kate I hope you enjoy this one......

Now brother Guy was not content
To ruin little Aesop’s life
‘Twas not enough entertainment for Guy
To try to steal Aesop’s wife.

So Guy decided to have some fun
Scaring people to him was a treat
He’d find a place where humans were
And run across their feet!

The restaurant wasn’t far to go
There’d be people and lots of food
Not only would he pick up scraps to eat
He could frighten them and be rude!

Into the door with Farmer John
He sneaked and ran under a table
A pair of ladies legs he spied
High heels and a coat of sable.

He waited for the proper time
Then leaped up on her shoe!
She screamed and screamed then screamed again
‘Twas chaos I can tell you!

She ran up to the counter
The manager saw old Guy
So Guy took off along the wall
Jumping on feet as he ran by!

The restaurant was full of panic
The manager grabbed a broom
Guy hid in a corner and laughed at them
He’d managed to clear the room!

Guy saw a hole in the floorboard
Just a foot or two away
So as the manager lunged for him
He jumped in the hole and ran from the fray.

Guy laughed all the way to Aesop’s house
He thought he was quite clever
He scared those humans pretty well
A tale to tell forever!!!

Pamela Kimmell/Writer-Artist

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Reviewed by Jackie Brooks
This rat of a mouse could end up as Ratatouille! Jackie <> <
Reviewed by Regis Auffray
Thank you for the continuing saga, Pam. Love and peace to you. Regis
Reviewed by Simon Thurlow (Reader)
Very clever and funny Pamela. But Guy had better watch out. My cat is a very intuitive and wily old boy and he just loves eating mice. I've put him on Guy's trail !!
Reviewed by Janet Parker
Pam, this is hilarious and just what I needed today! Leland is right. This would make a perfect children's book. It conjures up the song by Ray Stevens about the squirrel who ran rampant in "The First Self-Rightous Church." I'm a bit late in commenting, but I'll slowly get there. Love Ya, Janet
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner

LOL i hate mouses...MOST mouses, i should say...i adore aesop and his lovely bride...but guy has GOTTA be exterminated. he's gonna drive poor aesop NUTS (and scare away all the customers and then the place will have to close down and all of the employees will be looking for new jobs--see, it's snowballing already!).

still, and all, a cute write--enjoy reading your mousie tails :)

(((HUGS))) and love,

karla. :)
Reviewed by Leland Waldrip
Cute write, Pam. Needs to be in a children's book, but one I can read too.
Best regards,
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
This is too cute; thanks for the dedication! Glad I could help you write this poem (actually, it was the MOUSE that did it! LOL Stupid mouse...)! Enjoyed; this is going in my library! LOL

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Larry Skahill
doesn't seem so evil to me
wonderful to read
Reviewed by Mr. Ed
This shed a whole new light on little Guy. I'm starting to like the little mischief maker!
Reviewed by Kate Clifford
I knew you were the perfect author for this! Fun and exciting write :-) Nothing like a little 'o mouse running around causing trouble! Wounder what Aesop will do when he hears what Guy has been up to?
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
Damn, Pam. (That rhymed, huh?) You have a career change. Writing about old Aesop and his neferious brood. This was wonderfully wicked. Thanks.
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