Posts Tagged ‘jabberwockery’

Texas Jabberwockery – Cruz Roasted After Fleeing Blizzard

Below is the famous, original inspiration, Lewis Carroll’s “Jabberwocky,” a charming, nonsense poem whose whimsy perfectly frames the “epic oops” Cruz family misadventure in Mexico. I borrowed some original diction but only to serve modern political relevance. RB ‘Twas slithy winter in Texas,    As icebound snow did gyre in heaps;The brittle pipes gimbled to excess   And so the Cruz clan got the creeps. “No heat, no light, in ice we dwell”    So cashmere blankets all did snatch:“Escape we must from this mimsy […]

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