John Fenton Mcleish


Fairy Queen Catches The Sturgeon In May - Poem by John Fenton Mcleish

Fairy queen and May fight the Sturgeon
A civil war between thistle and rose
Unicorn does battle with the lion
Women always cause trouble I suppose

I reckon let the bitches fight it out
Because I think nothing will change at all
You'll still have to pay your taxes no doubt
You'll still walk up and down the shopping mall

So then what's with all these fish and seasons
For it looks like a Shakespearean play
Three witches, a cauldron, secret reasons
With whom do their allegiances lay

Watching history unfold in my midst
This is a show you do not want to miss
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Poem Submitted: Friday, April 21, 2017



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