Bratt Gallery Hall of Shame
Misbehaved children have been put on notice by Ima Bratt’s witty, wickedly funny poems detailing the "hypothetically true" stories of five ill-fated youths and the humorous ( if unfortunate ) consequences of their “Ill-Mannered and
Immoderate" behavior. Allow us to introduce them to you
( but remember, don't get too attached ):
Name: Marjorie Pearl
Crime: Fits and Temper Tantrums
"Marjorie Pearl was a horrible girl,
Who spit and swore and lied; and though her one saving grace was an angelic face, she was thoroughly rotten inside..."
Name: Thaddeus Dunn
Crime: Impertinent Disobedience
"Thaddeus Dunn would not obey any-
one, he did what-so-ever he pleased; Thad first started balking before he could start walking; every chance to rebel the kid seized..."
Name: Priscilla May Pott
Crime: Arrogant Vanity
"Priscilla May Pott was a bona-fide snot; she wasn't even one little bit nice. she sashayed everywhere, with her snout in the air; nothing about her was 'sugar and spice'..."
Name: Reggie "The Rude"
Crime: Tongue Sticker-Outer
"Reggie "The Rude" had a BAD attitude and he wasn't afraid to show it; if he didn't like you ( and he liked very
few ), he was happy to let you know it..."
Name: Candy Von Tweet
Crime: Unfortunate Excess
"Candy Von Tweet was exceedingly sweet, from her head right down to her toes; from her curly red peaks and her plump dimpled cheeks- all frilly lace, ribbons and bows..."