Salamander hears the Drought Drumbeat.

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   In the heat of the Summer, the lack of water became a real bummer. The lawn looked like whole Wheat Bread. Corn Plants look like they may end up dead. I wanted to have an outdoor fire. Smokey the Bear said, "it would be my Funeral Pyre."...

   In the heat of the Summer, the lack of water became a real bummer. The lawn looked like whole Wheat Bread. Corn Plants look like they may end up dead. I wanted to have an outdoor fire. Smokey the Bear said, "it would be my Funeral Pyre." Weather People predict rain, but I was walking at four with severe foot pain. There was only one thing left to do, let the Salamander do a Rain Dance. Salamander would not answer the Phone. I went to his House, all alone. Salamander was in a Trance, and I banged books together, hoping for a Dance. After throwing water on Salamander, he told me to get him a Beer. Salamander said, "have no fear, and let's both drink a lot of Beer." Knowing that rain would not come without Salamanders help, I drank a Beer for drought fears. Salamander would surely dance if drunk. I hope the Salamander does not blow chunks. So this Tale ends. God washes away the Vomit, from another Reptile Comet.                                              Written by, Thomas Scott Goodale.

 

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