Mistress ShadeyThe Apple Seed
- Aug 12, 2020 1:00 am
On today's episode of The Apple Seed, we'll bring you everything from nursery rhymes to rodeo bulls. From Norah Dooley, You'll hear "Husky -- My Bad, Bad Dog," a true story of canine shenanigans imagined from the point of view of the mischief-mkers themselves. From Willy Claflin, you'll hear an elementary school rhyme called "Mistress Shadey," that you'll like so much you'll turn blue. You'll hear a quest story from Simon Brooks called "The Three Feathers," a few poems and dear memories from Donald Davis, and from stuntman, painter, songwriter, and rodeo cowboy Walt LaRue, you'll hear a tale of a bull named Square-Head, who learns not to charge at cowboys, especially smiling ones. It's all that and more, on today's episode of The Apple Seed!