lee fones


dunes Poem by lee fones


over many dunes i traveled
through the Ammophila* grass
becoming rather baffled
as this grass is very crass

over it i had too tackle
it slashed against my ass
reminding me of men in shackle
had to be careful of the glass

then upon hearing a jackal
lighting liquefied petroleum gas
that jackal gave a cackle
luckily in my rucksack sea bass

he was very mean that tiny rascal
me exploding with that gas
thought it was very bashful
then i trod upon volcanic glass

*Ammophila (plant)

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: humour


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