Inspiration of the Weird Kind


Inspiring places…


Some people must go to a cabin in the woods to be inspired to write

There are some who like mountain tops or large, loud, bustling cities

Places where the foods are exotic inspire Andrew Zimmern

But oddly, the best way to inspire me is to make me clean grout.


It’s called. “Let Me Escape! This floor is cold, dirty, filthy, disgusting and I’m sitting on it! 


Escapism 🙂 by writing … Stories are a terrible thing to waste.


A Poem for Jacob; The Cat, The Mouse and The Squirrel

Mimsi and Jacob Christmas 2014
Mimsi and Jacob Christmas 2014

A Poem for Jacob; Friends and Pets

By Bonnie Jennings ©2015


The Cat and the mouse played hide and seek

In the home of a squirrel and bugs

They sang a song while running along

To the tune of tweedy in love

The squirrel took the broom and cleaned the room

While the cat watched the mouse who danced

They serenaded each other between the butter

With a fork and a pence dab-loon

The squirrel declared, “Enough!” while coughing from the dust

And, cast them, so far away

It was a terrible dismay, on a superior fine day,

In the fresh clean month of May.

And as it’s been told, speaking so bold,

The squirrel rarely comes out to play

For’ his friends did depart, thus speaking from his heart

Admits his decisions were not to smart; and that diplomacy is an art

And, that squirrels could pine forevermore at the moon…

The Crapulous Conversation

The Crapulous Conversation


The alligators argle-bargled with their bloviated speech.


Predictably, a cockamamie cantankerous story arose.


When, the ornery panjandrum nincompoup slang-wangled the mavericks tale,


Which snolly-gostered the wablit’s worn out mugwamping tune.


That led to, a batrachromy and sialoquinting while swine pinning.

That smell-fungused hocus-pocused balderdashing letter~

That was mailed.


It’s not that complicated.

And, that’s the truth.



Definition of words:
Allegator; allegedly
Argle-bargled; loud quarrel
Betrachom; making a mountain out of a mole hill
Bloviated; pompous or loud speech
Cropulous; eating or drinking too much
Mugwamp; follows no part
Panjamdram; thinks highly of themself
Sialoquent; spits while speaking
Slang whanger; loud, abrasive and obnoxious
Smell-fungus; pessimistic
Snolly goster; untrustworthy
Wablit; worn out

*Citing: one hundred most funniest words in English