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Farm Cocks After Joyce Kilmer Alarm Clocks

Dogs bark, birds tweet, cats shatter calm,
from muddy courtyard rise proud roosters' call
as Old MacDonald milks cows in their stall.
when moon sneaks off, when sun shakes dewy farm.
He bears a wooden stool, but not to harm
the dripping teets that greet his interplay
as cockerel crows triumphant summon day
to glow upon rude rustic cliché charm.

Few cities now know dawn may sunshine sing
for smog lies low upon wan window case,
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Sunday, October 5, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: Parody
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5 October 2014
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