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Monday, 26 May 2008

Poem by the Digital Cuttlefish

Cuttlefish has written a new poem especially dedicated to our friends at Kieffe & Sons Ford.
When the rapture sweeps the planet
I know Heaven's my reward,
But for now my piece of paradise
I bought from Henry Ford

It's a broken-down jalopy;
It's a rusted piece of junk;
But there's Jesus on the dashboard
And a fishy on the trunk

Sure, it leaks a little oil,
And it doesn't "turn", but "lurch",
Seven miles to the gallon
But it gets me to my church

You can hear me from a block away
And smell last weekend's skunk,
But there's Jesus on the dashboard
And a fishy on the trunk

Got a brand-new bumper sticker
Saying "What Would Jesus Do?"
Now it's holding up my tail light
With some duct tape and some glue

You can almost hear the "Kieffe and Sons"
In every "Rattle-Clunk",
But there's Jesus on the dashboard
And a fishy on the trunk.

I saw a car that had a fish--
A Darwin fish, with legs!
I fixed it, with a wrecking bar
And half a dozen eggs

Don't mess with me or with my God
You heathen, godless punk--
I've got Jesus on my dashboard
And a fishy on my trunk.

Thanks Cuttlefish, I've just added you to my blogroll.

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