Hannah Law

Rookie (6th of May 1999 / Belbroughton)

The Nonsense Woman - Poem by Hannah Law

The nonsense woman lives in our street
She really is not a pleasure to meet
She goes on and on about her cat Mylogie
And makes our day quite foggy

The nonsense woman went to the shops
That was just before she drops
Her cat Mylogie
And got quite soggy

The nonsense woman found another cat
The cat sat on her mat
She called it Tinker
Who was a bit of a stinker

The nonsense woman lay in bed
But to her lonliness and dread
Tinker and Mylogie were both gone
So these days she won't even eat a scone

Very much to our relief
She has got so much grief
She won't even come out her house
And all day is a quiet as a mouse


Comments about The Nonsense Woman by Hannah Law

  • Rookie - 142 Points Joseph Poewhit (2/6/2009 3:04:00 AM)

    How a simple cat can turn a situation. (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Friday, February 6, 2009



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