A Child’s Meth Lab of Verses

meth lab of verse

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bad Choices

 

In Nashville, Mississippi,

not far from the Rio Grande,

there lived a French Canadian trapper

named Hedrick Eckelmann.

 

He wrote a short novella

about the Second World War.

It ran ten-thousand pages;

he called it Less Is More.

 

He married a gal named Betty Sue,

who gave him two fine sons,

but she died a virgin at 44

cleaning one of his guns.

 

Terribly devastated,

he remarried within a week,

and lived happily ever after

until he choked on a steak

 

right outside of Nashville

in the heart of the Lone Star State,

right across the river from Canada.

Damn, he could’ve had a V-8.

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