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Poetry Thursday


Our friends Angel Sammys and Teddys Pawetaton have given us more inspiration for Poetry Thursday

I say with no hesitation

It was a bad day at the station

When production had to be halted

Because Thomas the Tank Engine was sexually assaulted

The culprit seemed a wee lad

But it became very sad

When he was proven to be a little grandpa

Who humped every train he saw

Thomas had to go to counseling

After encountering

The humping old coot

Thomas issued a one-word statement: “Toot”

His lawyers claim

The old man is not to blame

They say he is demented

Tell that to Thomas with his caboose permanently dented.


  1. Oh dear. Thomas the Tank Engine will never be the same again...

  2. Your poem had me in stitches! Thank you for that!

  3. The thunderous roaring you heard might have been giggling and stomping my feet in glee
    Hugs Cecilia

  4. You always come up with the best poems!


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