A "Revolting Rhymes" and "Rhyme Stew" rendition of "Rumplestiltskin" with Ratty from "Rhyme Stew's" version of "The Tortoise and the Hare". Wanted to pay a tribute to Roald Dahl, so I wrote this, and tried to emulate his writing style as best as I could. Please comment on what you think!
The town miller, away this please log,
was an egotistical attention hog.
He’d make up stories to impress his peers.
Phony secrets he’d whisper to their ears.
A dinosaur he recently saw.
alive as well was writer Roald Dahl.
At martial arts, he was the best.
He was a stunt double for Adam West.
But then one dreadful woeful day,
the king, was strolling past his way.
And for once, his tall tales would backfire,
as he approached the king as well as his squire.
“I have a secret you’d love to hear.
Please lean in close and lend an ear:
My daughter, not only is determined and bold,
but she can spin straw into gold!”
The king, as greedy as can be,
said, “Then at once bring yo