Once upon a sunny day
Little Red was on her way
To Grandma's house deep in the woods
She hurried to get there as fast as she could
Grandma was feeling under the weather
Red was taking food and wine to make her feel better
Off the path, her mother warned her not to stray
A request Red knew would be difficult to obey
For her favourite flowers blossomed in abundance there
Their heavenly scent perfumed the air
She stuck to the path and did not see
The hungry wolf staring at her from behind a tree
"Where are you going?" he asked little Red
"I'm going to visit my sick Grandma" she said
"She lives in the house 'neath the three oak trees,"
She smiled at the wolf feeling completely at ease
As they walked together, the wolf became elated
By eating Red and Grandma, his hunger would be sated
In the middle of the path, Red stopped to stare
At the beautiful flowers that were growing there
"Why don't you take some to your Grandma? " the wolf suggested
It seemed to be a good idea, so she did as he requested
Meanwhile, the wolf ran to Grandma's house as fast as he could
Standing at the door, he knocked loudly on the wood
This evil wolf who had no soul
When Grandma answered the door, he gobbled her whole
After dressing in her clothes, he lay down in Grandma's bed
He put on her spectacles and waited for little Red
Red skipped to Grandma's house and let herself in
"Hi Grandma, it's little Red" she said with a grin
" Grandma, why are your ears so big?"
"So I can hear you clearly" replied the wolf as he adjusted his wig
"Grandma, your eyes are so big as well,"
"So I can see you better, can't you tell?"
"But Grandma, why are your teeth so big and thick?"
"All the better to eat you with!"
The wolf gobbled little Red in one bite
Patting his full stomach, he settled in Grandma's bed for the night
Red and Grandma clung to each other in fear
"Red, however will we get out of here?"
In the darkness Red grabbed the knife in her coat
And sliced the sleeping wolf from belly to throat
As the wolf screamed in pain and took his last breath
He wished little Red he had never met
They both climbed out of the wolf Red had slain
Content in the knowledge he would never bother them again
I poetryified RegularJOE's script :D
Created: Jan 07, 2012sinnamin Document Media