Bathroom to Prison

Starting Point:
Reading on the Loo

Reading on the loo
There is an obvious rhyme here
So what am I to do?
I needn’t be low brow
You surely know it too
We all remember the children’s book
And what everybody must do

Children’s books
Run the gamut
If one looks one finds
Every category
Has its books

Google search: weirdest children’s books
Answer: Click here
(you will not be disappointed)

Join Froyo
and his trusty complain Samwich Gumtree
On an adventure across Centre World
To rid the lands of the pacifier of dependency
And free all children from the naughty Sour Ron

Ages 0 – 3

How much must I change
To shed the tag of plagiarism
I mean, seven original plots
Every story already written
No one can escape criticism

Google search: can you go to prison for plagiarism?
Answer: Plagiarism is a crime – that is a fact.
Most cases of plagiarism are consideredΒ  misdemeanors, punishable by fines of anywhere between $100 and $50,000 β€” and up to one year in jail.

what to write now

I could be caught
And imprisoned
In what I thought
Was an original thought

Monostich:justice for (those conscious of) all (artistic works)

Taking liberties in a court of law

Weekly Theme:
Train of Thought

I asked friends and family for a starting point and followed the train.

43 thoughts on “Bathroom to Prison

    1. You can write it, I’m not going to prison 🀣
      Sour Ron in my mind is a giant sour hard candy that glows and rest at the top of a chocolate fountain mountain.

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      1. LOL! I wonder if Sour Ron scares off tourists from that mountain. Because otherwise, surely the mountain would be swarmed with tourists. Including me πŸ™‚

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  1. I have one of those books – Elephant Elements. It’s the one with boy/girl (which is accurate for quadrupeds) and plugged/unplugged. It’s absolutely brilliant! It also has such classics as visible/invisible, with a picture for the former and a blank page for the latter, and intelligent/stupid with two identical pictures. I was disappointed when my kids outgrew that one.

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    1. I expect/hope the books in the list make much more sense in context. I have a few pictures of similar instances from the past few years. My favourite is from a children’s Bible. It’s a picture of Jesus and another man smiling at each other and holding hands. The title reads ‘Jesus visits a man in the night’.

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