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The Might Sea CucumberThe Mighty Sea CucumberBehold! The mighty sea cucumber!It waits, and waits, and watchesIt sees, and broods, and hatesIt sits on slimy haunchesWhen it ensnares a victimIt eats and eats and vomitsIt stalks the creeping ocean depthsIt wallows in the marshesA conquering, evil rainbow wormIt ventures forth to find youIt sees you where you sleep at nightO woe and death betide you!
Pickled BrainPickled BrainFour lobes, four delicious lovely lobes of throbbing grey matterSo much stiffer than one would imagineComing apart like a vegetable, like cauliflowerBut still soft and pungent and sweet as a tomato.Next comes the thalamus, sweet and sourA firm little bit with a soft insideThen the squishy, bitter pituitary(Which can be flavored with lemon)Now the corpus callosumChewy and indigestibleBut strangely butteryFinally the medulla, stringyTending to stick in the teethSo many tasty bits and tender piecesMeninges that melt in the mouthLike cotton candyThe optic nerveWhich slurps like spaghettiFinished off with a draught of spinal fluidsAnd a lovely chardonnayKnowledge is powerIt is also delicious