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Andrew Verster Writes For Us This Week

 

This week we bring you a great short story by the legendary artist and writer Andrew Verster.

 

TRANSMOGRIFICATION

The cat transmogrified into a newspaper.

The house transmogrified into a lake.

The Blue Gum transmogrified into a trailer.

The elephant transmogrified into a slipper.

The hard-boiled egg transmogrified into an envelope.

The Mercedes transmogrified into a postage stamp.

The milk bottle transmogrified into a giraffe.

The book-case transmogrified into a door-mat.

The notebook transmogrified into the Statue of Liberty.

The one rand coin transmogrified into the Ace of Clubs.

The palm-tree transmogrified into a mouse.

The Indian Ocean transmogrified into a dictionary.

The bowler hat transmogrified into a library.

The photo albumn transmogrified into a key-ring.

The daisy transmogrified into an aeroplane.

The Mona Lisa transmogrified into a glue-pot.

November transmogrified into a violet.

The cloud transmogrified into Fiat.

The lump of coal transmogrified into a sandwich.

The dictionary transmogrified into a griffin.

The hurricane transmogrified into a fir tree.

The scrambled egg transmogrified into a pen-nib.

The airport tansmogrified into a light-bulb.

The knitted scarf transmogrified into a safety-pin.

The waistcoat transmogrified into a mole.

The hedge transmogrified into a bicycle.

The diamond transmogrified into a pimple.

The nurse transmogrified into telephone.

The sea-shell transmogrified into a fog-horn.

The pocket-knife transmogrified into peanut-butter.

The skunk transmogrified into mistletoe.

The kaleidoscope transmogrified into a kangeroo.

The rusk transmogrified into a roadway.

The couch transmogrified into a verb.

The opera transmogrified into a reindeer.

The snuggery transmogrified into soda-water.

The willow transmogrified into Spain.

The pillow-case transmogrified into custard.

The quadrangle transmogrified into coffee.

The pigeon transmogrified into a friar.

The pencil transmogrified into sledge-hammer.

The gold-fish transmogrified into spade.

The volcano transmogrified into mildew.

The nasturtium transmogrified into a promenade.

The wagon transmogrified into an obstretician.

The rooster transmogrified into treacle.

The kaross transmogrified into a scapula.

The swan transmogrified into a tumour.

The egret transmogrified into a paw-paw.

The sandbag transmogrified into a pony

The sarong transmogrified into a porringer.

The fruit-cake transmogrified into shingles.

 

 Andrew Verster is a world famous artist and writer based in Durban.

email:  andrewverster784@gmail.com 

 

 

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