Tom Higgins

Rookie - 50 Points (Egremont)

Tom Higgins Poems

1. A Cumbrian Lament 3/13/2012
2. A Different Light 4/28/2012
3. A Factor Of X 1/9/2014
4. A Question Of Morality 6/28/2012
5. A Questioning Mind 1/3/2013
6. A Sadness 11/1/2013
7. A Secret Little Prayer 10/21/2012
8. A Whisper On The Breeze 1/3/2013
9. And Did Those Cheats In Modern Times 10/23/2013
10. Another Year Older 2/23/2013
11. Are We There Yet? 10/20/2014
12. Believe Only What You Can Test By Observation 2/21/2012
13. Blind Faith 3/5/2012
14. Book Of Memories 8/12/2013
15. Can You See The Cookie Tree? 4/5/2012
16. Cat And Mouse 3/3/2012
17. Chances Are? 2/21/2012
18. Come Into My Parlour 3/17/2012
19. Communications Breakdown? 10/15/2012
20. Count Your Blessings 2/21/2012
21. 'Curiosity' Killed The Cat! 8/5/2012
22. Das Kapital? 12/14/2012
23. Democracy? What Happened? 4/14/2012
24. Divine Non-Intervention! 8/6/2012
25. Dovecote Dictator 3/13/2012
26. Election Looming 10/21/2012
27. Entranced 6/10/2012
28. Exercise For Life 3/13/2012
29. Extremely Fat Cats 4/6/2012
30. Fat Happy Chappy 3/17/2012
31. Father Dearest. 10/20/2014
32. Fatty Bum Bum 3/5/2012
33. Feeling The Words 10/29/2012
34. Fifty Percent 10/20/2014
35. Fishy Philosophy 3/16/2012
36. For The Glory Of? 10/18/2012
37. From Here To Eternity, Almost! 10/22/2012
38. Fundamental Question 3/13/2012
39. Go To The Library 3/5/2012
40. 'God' Bless America? 11/17/2012
Best Poem of Tom Higgins

Fatty Bum Bum

How did I end up in this state?
I'm always fighting with my weight,
I'd like to put it down to fate,
but that ain't honest!

I know for sure what I do wrong,
I've known the truth all along,
but I always sing a different song,
and that ain't honest!

I've tried to blame my family,
for passing the fat gene down to me,
and making me a big fat'B',
but that ain't honest.

So now I'm gonna face the fact,
I have to make me a slimming pact,
and with exercise I must react.
Now, that is honest!

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Here We Go Again

The planes are in the air again
I learned of this from CNN,
they're off to kill Ghadaffi's men
and make old Muhamar think again.

But bombs and missiles cannot choose,
who will win or who will lose.
They can only make people die,
more mothers left behind to cry.

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