sherif monem

(Egypt)

Apples Eia Eia Ooh


Sir Isaac Newton ate an apple
Eia, eia oh
The apple was yummi
it filled his tummy
Eia, eia oh
Sir Isaac Newton said with all certainty
The apple fell because of nature force
He called it gravity
Eia, eia oh
Adam and Eve walked in the garden
They ate an apple from the tree
Eia, eia oh
What happened after that
is for me and you to wonder?
ponder? and enquire?
Eia, eia oh
Robin Hood shot the apple
Straight with an arrow
Eia, eia oh
He stole from the rich and gave to the poor
He felt no sorrow
His exploits were legendary
Eia, eia oh
Robin Hood stories always told
Yesterday, today and tomorrow
Some admire and some abhore
Eia, eia oh
Dr. Jolly Beans of Sweden
Gave his patients advice
Eating an apple a day
Will keep the sickness away
Eia, eia oh
Old granny cooked apples
She made hot cider
and gave it to snowman
Eia, eia oh

Submitted: Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Edited: Monday, June 08, 2009

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  • Krista Churchill (11/3/2008 1:41:00 PM)

    I love how this poem is with the thought of a apple very unique thank you for sharing Please when you have time read ALL MY LIFE and IMAGE thank you and God bless! ! (Report) Reply

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