Treasure Island

Ogi Renforth


Newcastle


The winding smooth river,
The restless city life,
the fantastic football team,
and best of all the grateful souls of Newcastle.

The enormous stadium,
The small players,
The vast crowd,
and the gigantic atmosphere,
all here at the home of
NEWCASTLE!

Before the match burgundy wine,
first half scorching goal,
half time smooth as a babies bottom beer,
second half dramatic penalty
after match scrumptious fruity cider,
all in days fun in Newcastle.

Submitted: Tuesday, March 10, 2009
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