This book includes Three Western tales,
Complete with Sheriff, Hard as nails,
A Lonesome Cowboy, Thief, and Horse,
Conniption fits, Despair, remorse;
Two broken hearts, Miss Lou-Lou, and
Miss Lou-Lou's paw,
A snake-oil man;
A Dreadful Stranger Bustin' in,
A duel that smells
As vile as sin,
At Gizzard's Grill.
And for dessert
A slab of lemon pie Don't hurt.
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And in the wake of a stinky foot duel—“Point blank their feet were aimin’, / Right at each other’s nose, / And they yowled and gasped and each turned green, / And blue, and puce, and rose”—a blustering stranger pairs off with a (perhaps literally) crusty old lady as town exterminators.| Read Full Review of Tales from Gizzard's Grill
For example, in ""Beauty and the Beast,"" the friends of Beauty's two superficial sisters wickedly predict the outcome of the duo's move from elegant townhouse to small country cottage: ""Let them prance through the fields/ In chiffon and high heels,/ Raising arrogant brows/ At the goggle-eyed co...| Read Full Review of Tales from Gizzard's Grill