Treasure Island

Svenili Hughes


Fox and Ox


One day a fox,
chased an ox,
next to a box,
carrying rocks,
the box tumbled,
the rocks jumbled,
the fox stopped,
the ox flopped,
it was a distraction,
for a small fraction,
the ox ran,
the fox found a frying pan,
he swung at the ox's head,
but instead he hit Fred,
Fred is now dead,
the fox thought he would be tasty,
he covered him in pastery,
the fox licked his lips,
the ox kicked his hips,
the fox fell to the ground,
until he found,
he would die,
he started to cry,
then he passed,
the ox left fast,
The fox is now in heaven,
he died at age eleven,
poor old fox,
did not eat the ox,
thanks to Fred,
who is also dead.

Submitted: Friday, September 17, 2010
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