Category Archive: Zee

Squash (limerick)

Zee need no more human squash bug. Bug gut not so pleasant on rug. Would go get Zee mop and beat them ’til stop, but seem would make more mess than slug. —Zee… Continue reading

Flypaper (haiku)

Is no good. For Zee. Why think fly good for nothing. Want fece? Take job. —Zee the Fly

INT. ZOO — FARM EXHIBITS — CHICKEN COOP — NIGHT

HOKKA the toad and LIONEL the rooster talk over a bowl of insects. Voices are low so as not to wake the congregation. LIONEL Tells me more ‘bout this here “ever-deep” o’ yours.… Continue reading

EXT. ZOO — RAINFOREST EXHIBIT — DAY

REX the lemur and WANDA the peacock haggle near the ground. ZEE the fly busies himself throughout. REX You want I should take it back? WANDA S’not what I’m sayin’! Jus’ thought a girl’s… Continue reading

EXT. — ZOO — KOALA EXHIBIT — DAY

KARLA the koala picks through a tree. ZEE the fly’s busy nearby. KARLA Why do they put the leaves so high? They put ’em high, ya can’t reach; ya can’t reach, ya outch… Continue reading

INT. ZOO — RAINFOREST EXHIBIT — DAY

A smiling fat toad, HOKKA, sits on a log. ZEE the fly labors nearby. HOKKA Ha-ha. Yes. Buzzing-bird do many-thing, make many-friend. Is honored. Should little-bird ever home-need, come Hokka, get home. Busy-bird… Continue reading

INT. ZOO — FARM EXHIBITS — CHICKEN COOP — DAY

Two hens, FRANCINE and BEATRICE, search the nests discreetly, speaking in broken hushed tones. FRANCINE Now, dearie, the poor miss has a right to her privacy, you know. Wouldn’t be right to impose…… Continue reading

EXT. ZOO — FARM EXHIBITS — DAY

ZEE the fly and THOMAS the pigeon hustle through the grass. Zee leads, aiming for the chicken coop. THOMAS Boy, I sure is might grateful fer you’s lettin’ me help. Always wantsed a… Continue reading

INT. ZOO — RAINFOREST EXHIBIT — DAY

[MATURE] A WEASEL sits in low branches, looking at something distant. ZEE the fly is busy nearby. WEASEL (gesturing) Oi, geddis. ‘Nuvva one movin’ in? Nuffin’ ‘ell for it! …Righ’. Gonna makes meself acquainted.… Continue reading

EXT. ZOO — AFRICAN PLAINS — DAY

A Thomson’s GAZELLE alone on the savanna. ZEE the fly buzzes nearby. GAZELLE The grass… This taste! One cannot believe. Please—I beg—what make such rich grass? Such flavor? ZEE Is fertilizer. GAZELLE “Fertilize.”… Continue reading