I have a great passion for writing fiction, articles especially writing for children.
Patter the cook looking for his cookbook went to the kitchen;
To his astonishment found a huge fat juicy raw chicken,
For the poor fellow who was a beginner in cooking, the manuscript of recipes were his only teacher;
Preparing a dish out of this lying creature would make him be known as a cheater.
While thinking hard out of the window, came a butterfly;
Making him feel envying on seeing the creature flutter-by,
Staring at the bean stalk he saw a Cater-pillar;
Creeping out just to get smashed out of frustration by Patter-killer.
He thought of his ugly and arrogant manager;
Was such a tormenter, seemed not less than a damager,
Patter loved preparing delicious butter-scotch;
But trying anything like this would get his contract in scupper-botch.
When he was asked to make a dish out of scarlet lobster;
His boss cut off his pay without a single word of bolster,
He did try finger chips out of ladies finger;
Much to witness the dish with flies linger.
Then, found himself in danger;
When the damager came in to gander,
Each time he is left shame-faced;
When all his colleagues were fame-shaped.
He prepared a tasty pickle one day to make his boss get tickled pink;
But one of his colleague bumped into him, and he stood there pickled stink,
The he was clicked with an idea of spreading that left-over pickle as a topping;
And baked the chicken in the oven after several hours of potting.
Soon the flavor of the delightful chicken made his superior come lurking;
When he was busy helping his wife’s hair in curling,
After all this poor chef’s tussle;
His boss suddenly turned so subtle.
Realized his mistake for being such a tiller;
Gave him a word of trust that he will not treat him like a litter,
Now in the town, what’s the latest matter?
Patter turned famous because of his boss’s flatter!