Abner Fats

(Tranquillity, CA, USA)

Bring It Over - Poem by Abner Fats

Hello there Fred and how are you? I see you've bought a coat.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll feed it to my goat.
Hello there Earl and how are you? I see you've bought a car.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll smear it with some tar.
Hello Mrs. Bates and how are you? I see you've won a moose.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll let it chase my goose.
Hello there Herb and how are you? I see you've bought an ox.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll let it wear my socks.
Hello there Bob and how are you? I see you've bought a shirt.
Bring it over after six o'clock, if it goes good with your skirt.
Hello Mrs. Jones and how are you? I see you've baked some pies.
Bring them over after six o'clock and I'll throw them in your eyes.
Hello there Roy and how are you? I see you've found a pig.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll make it wear your wig.
Hello Mrs. Cobb and how are you? I see you've bought some mace.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll spray it in your face.
Hello there Sam. This grandfather clock, it's yours if you insist.
Bring it over after six o'clock and I'll strap it to your wrist.
Hello there Carl. That egg you have, I see you're going to boil it.
Bring it over, but not before six, cause I'm usually in the toilet.


Comments about Bring It Over by Abner Fats

  • (4/25/2007 4:57:00 AM)


    that is a very great thinking of yours. you are really blessed with imagination and true use of words. i really enjoyed very much.
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    \thank u keep it up.
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  • (3/26/2005 6:46:00 AM)


    THIS WAS REALLY DUMB IT MADE NO SENSE A POEM DOSNT HAVE TO RYME TO BE A POEM JUST WRITE DOWN WHATZ INSIDE (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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