At-Traction - Poem by Kumaara Sukeja
Some traction that the dinky nose
Elongated ad measuring a hose.
Gloating, our Joe thought no fear
What it could do to his 'Dicky dear'-
Cocksure, an option he readily chose...
Having, in a frenzy, overcome the fear-factor
Straddled the cheerfully chugging green tractor
His actions left the bystanders in a tizzy-
A lassie swooned- overcome by a spell dizzy..
Until, in an anticlimax, was caught by the bizzy!
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED (C.) KUMAARA SUKEJA. JAN.2016
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