BladeRunnerwocky

 by TANAKA Tomoyuki   

 
'Twas L.A., and the Tyrell Corp.
Had replicants to space colonies sent:
All robots that won't co-op.
Were hunted down for "retirement".

"Beware of the skin-jobs, Deckard!
Combat bots kill; pleasure bots seduce.
Beware Leon, Zhora, and Pris!"
A glow did an owl eye produce.

He took his Blaster gun in hand:     
VK-tested them one by one.
So rested he by a Nexus 6,
And dreamt of a unicorn.

Bold Roy with J. Sebastian B.
Went to his Maker and said brazenly:
"I want more life, Pop."
Bad answer, the eyes go pop.

"Unsportsmanlike" Deckard is chased like a slave.
From rooftop falls; by whim is saved.
"Like tears in a rain" now Roy is dead.
Time to elope with Rachel.

Ever since then the debate never ends:
The director's cut and the voiceover mends.
Is Deckard a bot, or isn't he?
Well, read the great FAQ, and you will see.
 
'Twas L.A., and the Tyrell Corp.
Had replicants to space colonies sent:
All robots that won't co-op.
Were hunted down for "retirement".
 


 
 
 
This parody of Lewis Carroll's "Jabberwocky" tells the story of the film Blade Runner.