The Thnak: A Tribute

This prefaces a short sketch about a new creature my room-mate and I thought up. It’s based off this short story: I always misspell the word “thanks” as “thnaks,” so I began wondering what a thnak would look like (on the same principle as the alot I said to him, “well, it’s not a snack with a lisp,” and he said, “No, what if it is, like a little creature that everything snacks on,” and things kind of got hilarious from there. This little creature is irresistibly delicious, and is thus frightened of pretty much the whole world. Here’s the poem I wrote to honor the thnak.

Of all of God’s creatures, I pity the thnak:
He’s terrified all of the time.
For in all of the food-chains, he’s always the snack,
And tastes so delicious with lime.

He’s never about when a mealtime comes,
For he’s on every menu there is,
On the run – there he goes! with his heart in his toes,
With a whoosh and shriek and a whiz.

The taste of a thnak I could never turn down,
So delicious and charmingly light,
I apologize, thnaks, but we must face the facts:
You’re delicious. Pardon me. *Bite*


2 thoughts on “The Thnak: A Tribute

  1. Annie says:

    Just “stumbled” upon your writings…Delightful pieces! This reminds me of Dr. Seus–a flattering comparison, I hope.

  2. cdspratt says:

    Hello, Annie! Yes, that is a flattering comparison. In fact, I was trying to sound like him, inimitable though he may be. I’m glad you enjoyed this and the others. Thanks!

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