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Tony Adah


Tumult In The Garden


Of one pair
And a half
On adventure
Friendship came,
In three shades
Of oddities
Calamity came
The big headed
A fat tummy
And some tiny legs
All to the garden
They went to
Fetch some stuff
For their grumbling tummies
Up the bamboo ladder
The big head crawled
To rain all that
The mango had down.
When he looked down
His worrisome head dropped
The big tummy attempted to laugh
His glistening tummy bursted
And when tiny legs
Ran home to tell
Of the calamity
His fragile legs wrecked on the way.

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic(s): nature


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