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Return of the Lobsters

July 15, 2013

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And they’re back these lobsters red From side to side they move like the dead Crab-like and snapping still Yet more sun they need to feel Like a drug it is to them These lobsters back on the beach again Some on grass soaking up rays Burning their flesh most of the day These lobsters […]

Lobsters

July 14, 2013

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Lobsters melting in their chairs Boiling away these lobsters red Lobsters snapping angrily away As the heat continues in the day Lobsters, lobsters everywhere Everywhere do lobsters flesh they bare Cooking, crisping flaking away These lobsters redden every day Do these lobsters for themselves not care?

Brazen Head Blues

June 30, 2013

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Ahh, he sighs as he sits in the Brazen Head Dublin’s oldest pub where James Joyce drank it’s said Not a far walk from St James’ Gate Where he’s destined for in fate He sits and drinks the black liquid happily Listening to the band play Irish Rover merrily For the tourists and the happy […]

Mwahaha

June 24, 2013

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Mwahaha he does say Mwahaha games to play Mwahaha he does laugh Mwahaha this crazy giraffe Mwahaha lot’s to do Mwahaha he’s never blue Mwahaha he does stride Mwahaha his a crazy mind Mwahaha he looks on Mwahaha now not long Mwahaha he grins wide Mwahaha as the bells chimed Mwahaha now is the time […]

A Womble Changed My Life

March 18, 2013

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*The following is my homage to a brilliant children’s TV series from when I was a kid and I believe is still popular now. They were originally books written in the 70’s or earlier by Elisabeth Beresford and I recommend them if you have kids or know someone that does. They’re all about conservation and […]

The Folly of George the Belly

March 17, 2013

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George the Belly was a funny old soul Gambling on the horses, sports with a hole Flies on a wall even did he How fast could someone drink their tea The pub and the bookies was where he lived Spending his money on this did he give Not on his wife as she always nagged […]

Skeletons

January 11, 2013

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Many secrets has she Some would find hard to believe Some embarrassing, others dark They belong in the past They’re not who she is now Yet sometimes they scream out loud Will they not leave her be Or indeed set her free? (Chorus) Skeletons in the cupboard Is what they are Never from her these […]