Crazy - Poem by Thistle Wargul
One day the hen goes moo,
The next, the cat says baa,
Then the little chick just chirps boo,
And the frightened dog runs away far.
All at once the duck shouts cock-a-doodle-doo,
And the shire horse thinks he’s a car.
Every one’s barmy,
On the crazy farmy,
So watch out ‘cos the lambs do bite,
And the mums will fight all night.
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