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  A Special Ghost Cruise Treat
by Mr. Ed
Friday, August 11, 2006
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To Entice One and All

To Join Us on Our Ghost Cruise,

We’ve Persuaded Dr. sUess,

Musical Director Jade Belle,

And Casting Director Joe

To Also Present a Very Special

Ghost Cruise Rendition of Camelot


And With Yet Another Stroke of Genius,

Joe Has Already Cast Long Island George

In the Role of King Arthur


The Role of Sir Lancelot du Lac

Is Being Auditioned For By

Two Very Noble Knights:


Peter ‘Dragon Slayer’ Paton


Richard ‘Chiselpecks’ Cederberg


The Role of Lady Guinevere

Is Being Auditioned For By

Three Very Lovely Ladies:


Princess Anita

Chrissy ‘Frumpalina’ McVay


Kate Bogside


And You Have Absolutely Not Lived,

Until You Hear Long Island George Belt Out:


The Camelot Overture



It's true ! It's true ! The crown has made it clear,

The climate must be perfect all the year.


A law was made a distant moon ago here:

July and August cannot be too hot!

And there's a legal limit to the snow here

In Camelot.


The winter is forbidden till December,

And exits March the second on the dot!

By order, summer lingers through September

In Camelot.


Camelot! Camelot!

I know it sounds a bit bizarre,

But in Camelot, Camelot,

That's how conditions are.


The rain may never fall till after sundown,

By eight, the morning fog must disappear.

In short, there's simply not,

A more congenial spot,

For happily-ever-aftering.

Than here in Camelot.


Camelot! Camelot!

I know it gives a person pause,

But in Camelot, Camelot,

Those are the legal laws!

The snow may never slush upon the hillside,

By nine p.m. the moonlight must appear.


In short, there's simply not,

A more congenial spot,

For happily-ever-aftering,

Than right here,

In Camelot!



Sing It, George!



©2006, DPS Comics



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Reviewed by Sheila Roy 2/26/2010
An awesome poem. I love when writers live outside the box. This is creative and fun. Enjoyed:)
Reviewed by A PAX 8/29/2006
oh my goodness, you are so creative, I am blown away.......
so who got the roles??
pax A
Reviewed by Chrissy McVay 8/13/2006
Wonderful! Probably the most 'fashionable' outfit I've ever worn...
Reviewed by Kate Clifford 8/12/2006
I knew somebody had to sing my song some day :-)
Reviewed by Birgit and Roger Pratcher 8/12/2006
This was a wonderful special trea! We very much enjoyed it,
love and peace, B&R
Reviewed by Abdi-Noor Mohamed (Eagle Of Hope) 8/11/2006
Impressive start of a woderful journey. Awaiting for the show with great suspense.
Reviewed by E T Waldron 8/11/2006
Oh I'll be there with rings on my toes, what a show this will be! Love the pic and the cast, will be unforgettable, like you!;-)

Reviewed by jude forese 8/11/2006
Camelot could never be so clever ...
Reviewed by George Carroll 8/11/2006
I was humming along with those wonderful lyrics from Camelot. I wish I had a good voice but fate was not kind to me. My kingdom for a voice. This is getting more exciting as it goes along such talented people we have in the den and with a writer who constantly amazes us with his talent.
Reviewed by Rhonda Galizia 8/11/2006

Are you are not ED SULLIVAN??? Because you keep on bringing us a really good shoe!...RUFUZ may want to chew on THAT for a while...

Okay, okay's true......Jade Belle was playing piano ---and we WERE struck with the spectacular notion of bringing a performance of Camelot to the DPS Ghost Cruise!

Joe rang up Long island, and King George auditioned for us via Verizon.......well! He is so gifted, Joe had no choice but to cast him as King, on the spot! Joe figures Peter the Dragonslayer and Richard Chiselpecks can DUKE it out for themselves, and the one left standing will perform as Lotsalance...oops! I mean, Lancelot!

Princess Anita, Frumpalina and Kate Bogside are due to audition tonight at 8:00 - Joe will be assisted by Oliver aka Softshoe Eddie, in the selection of the coveted role of Lady Guinevere. Jade had her nails done, during a 4- hour paws, but is now ready to resume.

We consider Camelot to be a touch of class, from DPS Entertainment Director, Dead ED, and are pleased to participate!

Yours truly,
dr. sUess [because it's all about U!]

Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 8/11/2006
You are a portrait genuis....picture perfect!!

You are toooooooooooooo much!!

Love Tahinky
Reviewed by Elizabeth Taylor (Reader) 8/11/2006
Very clever how you did this.
Reviewed by Susan de Vegter 8/11/2006
I hear every word and the lyre echoes with resounding tune and accompanied voice..."Camelot"...wonderful costumes, jousting knights on their graceful steeds and a bevie of Ladies of the Court in rich velvets and Lady Gwynn being the fairest of them all...yes You've got a HIT with This one with SRO (standing room only).
Reviewed by Ed Matlack 8/11/2006
Hey, I want a part, maybe as the vicious protector of the king, licking the kings enemies too death...afterall, I AM Rufuz, Da DOG...Rufuz
Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 8/11/2006
LOL Great show, Ed; very well penned! BRAVO!! Standing Ovation!!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 8/11/2006
LOLOL, Ed, what a show! Love your invitations, love your poetry, done in inimitable style and grace. Well done, my friend!

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Kate Burnside 8/11/2006
My goodness!! A chance to have me name lit up in lights!! Wow, thanks, Ed, for the chance to audition... have to say though, that all those shades peeps is wearing suggests to me a bit of a dodgy subplot somewhere along the line... not sure we can be trusted... unless it's just the adrenalin of the moment. Now let me see... I can do the horse-prancin bit (see me new Biog photo... that's the tame one!)... and I'm growin me hair to cover me modesty... ooops, sorry.... wrong Lady... And, hmmmm... the weather conditions would suit me and me Bogside bathin suit... But, as for the cooking with which to grace that very large Round Table, think I'm a bit stuck... unless a few protein-packed Fruit Smoothies would do the trick?! Other than that, spose my Carbon-covered Cookies might suffice... they'll put hairs on the deadmanschest, at least. So, what d'ya wanna hear me sing?? Knights in White Satin or One Of These Knights?? OK, if the Eagles are off, then I'll just go offer myself to a passing Griffon Vulture... Remember me: I Came-alot; I Saw-alot and I Conquered-not! :)) And no... I won't give up the day job... Back to me Beachstation.... LOL Kate Bythebonnieburnside xx
Reviewed by Peter Paton 8/11/2006
Dead Poet

Those are magical and enchanting conditions that exist in the fabled and glorious Camelot, legendary home of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table !

What a superlative and rivetting rendition of Camelot this promises to be, with such an illustrious and noble cast assembled for the Ghost Ship Summer Cruise..

This fortunate entourage are walking in the footsteps of some of the most famous actors in Hollywood..

Dare we call it the DPS Hall of Fame...

Peter the Dragon Slayer
Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen 8/11/2006
a fine journey indeed, that path to Camelot!
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