David J Lindsay

Rookie (1975 / West Yorkshire, England)

Very Berry (or some Ribes in Rhyme)


There's Blackberry, Blueberry,
Northern, Bog and simple Bilberry
Lowbush, Highbush and Mountain Cranberry,
Chokeberry, Dewberry, Elderberry, Guavaberry

Bearberry, Cowberry, Crowberry, Foxberry, Gooseberry and Mooseberry

Huckleberry, Jostaberry, Lingonberry, Loganberry, Myrtle Blueberry, Pineberry, Black Raspberry, Red Whortleberry, Squashberry, Tayberry, Whinberry and Wimberry

Yes, I've written a poem about berries,
But please don't think I'm a prat
'Cos Lennon sang 'Strawberry Fields forever'
And who can argue with that? !

Submitted: Friday, June 28, 2013
Edited: Saturday, June 29, 2013
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