Blair And Callum - Poem by Ivan Pine
BJ and CJ, had a plan
It was to have as much fun, as they possibly can.
So BJ and CJ stood at the top of the stair
BJ said to CJ, let’s make a little dare.
CJ looked at BJ, with a smile upon his face
CJ and BJ decided to have a race.
It was to be the first, to make it down fast
They, would be a turkey, who ever finished last.
BJ with a shout, took a big leap
CJ did his best, not to cheat.
All went well, for the first little bit
Not till halfway, did trouble start to hit.
BJ was in front, until the bend
CJ took the corner, and off Blair did fend.
Tarzan shot past, in an awful hurry
Fear of being squashed, made him scurry.
So he was in front, when the door opened wide
It was Mum home from work, looking all tired.
Her eyes did bulge, and made her look scary
And Dad was in the office, his face all hairy.
That was enough, to put paid to all fun
BJ and CJ, down the street did run.
BJ and CJ and Tarzan, it must be said
Were all naughty boys, and were sent to bed.
That is all, I have to say
There were no more races, from that day.
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