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lee fones


Harvest Painting


seeing a picture upon wall
its a harvest scene
children playing on straw
they all look so keen
on bales they brawl

putting the bales on cart
taking it back to farmyard
where pigs and cows all lark
billy farmers son is very hard
so too is his friend mark

back in field children have fun
some play amongst heathers
two of them carry guns
shooting at the feathers
of chicklings so young

farmyard chaos now looms
billy and mark are kicked
by the horses big hoofs
they are so flipped
being kicked in the goons

bang went the gun
of young peter green
in field children now glum
peters so bloody mean
nobody knew he was dumb

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Topic(s): humorous


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