yvette smith Poems
- Mango I met a mango in a tango That formed a Quango with a ...
- Broccoli Boy Broccoli boy ate too many GREENS And because he...
- A Rotten Apple I saw it quite by chance At first I thought ...
- Two Shoes For Anthony Burger
- The Woman Who Had Spots On Her... There was a woman who ...
- A Macaroon For Bobby G Macdona... A macaroon was left in a ...
- A Number You Just Can'T Forget
I am from england london! I am graduate of English Literature But confess to typos which need correcting, my grammar is fine but I knock out the words quickly and sometimes hit the wrong letter.So sorry I need to edit a few boo boos
Contrary to the index for books I did not write the book 'A precious commodity! '
I have poetry published in an Anthology called ... more »
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I met a mango in a tango
That formed a Quango with a banjo and a violin
I met a mango in a quango doing a tango
To the dulcet sounds of strings
From a banjo and a man that played a violin
I ate a mango after a tango with a banjo playing man
He also played the violin
And was tone deaf
And very thin
The din had left him quite alone
And most nights he stayed home
And ate a mango whilst doing a tango with a monkey playing banjo
And a one eared dog that plucked a violin
And in the morning flying by
I saw a mango in the sky
And I heard a ...