Naomi Burdett

Rookie (03/09/1991 / Basildon)

Banjo Player - Poem by Naomi Burdett

If you have a banjo you can sit and pluck all day
when all your friends go past you can jump up and say
'hey look at me i can play the banjo better than before'
and then you can sit and happily pluck away some more

Playing someones music with a big grin on your face
Playing in the living room, all around the place
in the garden too
when you have a banjo you can hardly be feeling blue


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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 28, 2005

Poem Edited: Saturday, March 4, 2006


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