Stormy Haney

Rookie (England)

Door To Middle Earth


That giant cat upon the moor
that you heard killed all those sheep
Old Audrey said Cat! stupid tart
It was Barneys pet dog Sweep

The other day the cat was seen
among that mass of gorse
Of course when they got close
it was also Barneys 'orse

Then that stupid Bint across the road
she yells, a UFO!
we all look up and say aloud
A plane, its from heathrow!

Those crop circles in the meadow
are made by Barneys son
He got 200 quid in a hour
said this prank is so much fun.

Then that monster they saw in the river
white faced said 'expert! ' john
with a boat and a net and some waders
it turned out to be a swan

anyway i must get a going
I've had fun. Its been much mirth
I have heard Barney found a doorway
That will lead to Middle earth.

Submitted: Monday, August 13, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, August 14, 2012

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moment of madness that comes from my facebook wall

Comments about this poem (Door To Middle Earth by Stormy Haney )

  • Silver Star - 3,179 Points Valerie Dohren (8/13/2012 1:58:00 PM)

    Ha ha ha very funny write - curious about that doorway to Middle Earth though, maybe it's just a rabbit hole. (Report) Reply

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