Treasure Island

lee fones

some birds

i'sent it just typical
today it did rain
now its gone tropical
our weathers so insane

i wanted to go shopping
yes you heard it right
it got me blooming hopping
as the weather was so shy-t

it rained all frigging day
at night the sun came out
i wanted to go away
but then remembered gout

cars parked up not moved
not one blooming inch
weather I've accused
in my engine is house finch

cussing swearing really bad
cant believe my rotten luck
i went lividly crazy mad
upon my seat quaked a duck

tutting sweating swearing livid
looked at backseat a chicken
thinking this a joke i went vivid
now that chicken was stricken

duck eggs for my breakfast
chicken eggs for dinner
duck and chicken after dentist
then i'll be the winner

no need to go shopping for my tea
pity about that finch though
that's in the cat you see
good job done Status Quo

Submitted: Saturday, August 02, 2014
Edited: Saturday, August 02, 2014

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