[EDIT 11/9/11] This fishbowl has SOLD OUT! Woohoo!
"All You Can Eat" -- 37 lines,
The result of your pr0n thread is the free-verse poem "All You Can Eat," in which a connection between shrimp and prawns and pr0n -- and the oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico -- all come to the attention of Yemaya. You can imagine how well that is going to go over.
"Hothouse Hijinks" -- 15 lines,
From your prompt about plants growing animals, I got "Hothouse Hijinks." This free-verse poem relates the mayhem to be had after fairies get into the greenhouse.
"How Skycat Got Her Name" -- 81 lines,
From your prompt about "Torn World's Skycat" I got the free-verse poem "How Skycat Got Her Name." She wasn't always spotted, and she couldn't always soar through the air ... but she was always a very clever cat with a fondness for hunting butterflies.
"Overdrive" -- 5 lines,
Per request for a rude limerick, I've written "Overdrive." A sex-powered starship picks up the wrong passenger and crashes into a planet. Oops.
"Pranks and Shenanigans" -- 16 lines,
From the comment about alt.shenanigans, I got the free-verse poem "Pranks and Shenanigans," about cultural differences and linguistic overlaps between bandit culture and Waterjewel culture in the Whispering Sands desert.
"A Topsy-Turvy World" -- 8 lines,
I turned a prompt into a title with "A Topsy-Turvy World," which is a triolet about a place where everything is somehow upside-down or backwards. It has a trippy little rhythm the way humorous children's poetry often does.
"Uplifted" (Path of the Paladins) SOLD
To your prompt about paladins and practical jokes, I added a bunch of other ideas from other folks dealing with the constructive and destructive uses of humor. The result is the free-verse poem "Uplifted," in which Shahana and Ari meet a priest of Talaton, god of balance. Things are shifting in the world...