Monthly Archives: July 2012

A Revolution

I tried to ignore it, but my parental uniform said no, The headmaster was wrong and I had to show, The error in his judgment and the anger let out, From the parents and kids in a majority negative shout, So … Continue reading

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I Smell A Rat

My neighbor rang to inform me, he had something to say, He was afraid it might upset the rest of my squeaky day, It was his duty to tell me that rats had been seen, Up the tree and bougainvillea … Continue reading

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Who Can Resist A Competition

I couldn’t resist it, I would give it a go, Use fifteen percent less electricity and less I would owe, Rewarded with a big discount in my monthly bill, An acknowledged environmental saver, it sounded brill, So I hummed and … Continue reading

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Summer Holidays Of Gold

Half the price to go away in June, But for the kids it’s just a month too soon, I ask you why when the demand is high, In July and August it costs double to fly, Why should us parents … Continue reading

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Bone Breaking Humour

It’s a broken toe, a funny break, Not a bruise that caused this painful ache, A decree was passed, no camp this year, No break for us, I shed a tear, How many times have I told my son, That … Continue reading

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Snippets Of Conversation

The wind and an open window is all that it takes, To blow your words a sundry like falling snow flakes, And it was as I walked passed a building a week or so ago, That I heard a snippet, … Continue reading

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The Play

We all wanted to be there to mark the occasion, To watch our children’s play about an alien invasion, We all wanted to be there we really did it’s true, ‘Cos that’s what good parents are supposed to do, We … Continue reading

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