Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Poet/Recluse M. Patrick Foliglio Celebrates the Birth of his 30th Child

Today the Poet/Recluse M. Patrick Foliglio and wife Heather celebrate the birth of their 30th child, a whopping 9 pound, 2 ounce, bouncing baby boy Jackson Thomas.  Though his genetic makeup will reveal itself by degrees as the years pass, it is immediately apparent that yet another Foliglio child has escaped the ever-looming 'ass-ugly gene' they feared would be passed down by the paternal grandfather.

Official Baby Stats (McBone Certified):

Weight: 9'2"
Length: 20" 

A veritable breeding factory, the family has been likened by some to aquatic snails for their seeming ability to procreate exponentially, and at will.  Young (Captain?) Jack joins brothers Matthew, Cameron and a host of siblings whose names he will spend the rest of his life trying to remember.

A hearty McBonulations to the entire Foliglio family.  To commemorate this joyous occasion, we here present a poem, one of the lesser and more baffling masterpieces from Foliglios' immortal text, The Diz-aster Book of Poems:

Lightin up the night

Lightin up the night
with a night liht now
your night can be Lighten
up by a night Light
Light up the night
with a night Light.


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