Don'T Meddle - Poem by David Darbyshire
Was riding along the street,
saw that someone had lost a peddle.
I wonder if they have two feet?
Or maybe I shouldn't meddle? .
I walked into town last night,
and saw a girl and guy fight.
I thought I should slap that guy?
Or should I just walk on by? .
I seen two dogs yesterday,
they were both stuck together
in a very happy, funny sexy way.
Would have stopped and helped any other day.
Sometimes to meddle is not the best thing,
but every time I see something, I start thinking.
Should I, should I not, Meddle?
I wish I hadn't seen that peddle!
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