Boo - Poem by Ima Ryma
To boo came from cow sounds tiz said,
Though most will say cow sounds are moo.
And there's the boo from ghostly dead -
Ghosts have nothing better to do.
Some folks pay money to be part
Of a booing audience - Gee!
So much to boo in sport and art,
Stay home and watch and boo for free.
But booers like their boos to build,
A feeling of empowerment,
Shouting out boos and there's fulfilled
An 'in your ears - bum' message sent.
To boo or not to boo - the choice
Faced daily by most any voice.
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