The Grock

The Grock is not said but sung,
For the ‘R’ must roll right off the tongue,
There have been many stories said,
That he’ll grind your bones for his bread.
That he steals the sleeping out their room,
And takes them to awaiting doom. For Grock came from way up high,
When the beanstalk fell from the sky.
But be glad that there is only one,
For half the North would be gone!

Ok so I’m cheating a little to get caught up. But really this is where the rest of my a to z has come from. On a trip to Glasgow I was alone in a hotel room for a night and my mind wandered. The Untold Stories of Scotland is the result of such wandering.

Now I know alot of my followers have come across this poem, and the one I have coming up for H, but one of the great things about doing this challenge has been the amount of new visitors. And I’d love to share these little Scot inspired verses with them too.

This is my G poem for the A to Z challenge.


15 thoughts on “The Grock

    • oh good! and I like the fact you referred to my blog as a party, I kinda see it as a bungalow with a plate of biscuits and a pot of tea on a table as a crazy lady reads you stories.

    • Yea, I wrote it in a scottish accent haha so thats where the r must roll right off the tongue has come from.

      But ooooh I’ve never had Grog. It sounds kind of christmassy

  1. Oh this is fun! It makes me think of Grok, the mascot for the Primal eating plan. Though he’s a caveman, so it’s not quite the same.. Thanks for the peek for us newbies!

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