Robert Edgar Burns
Humor (Kathie's Clown) - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
New York has the most attorney’s.
New Jersey the most toxic dumps.
Why do you suppose this is this way?
New Jersey had the first choice, chump!
Knock Knock, Who’s there?
You’ll never hear me ask that.
For I’m not leaving my easy chair,
Where I’m stuck from all my fat!
Three blind mice, three blind mice,
Splat! They could only smell the cheese.
They couldn’t see the hinges falling,
That cut them all off at their knees!
Hi diddle diddle, the cat ‘n’ the fiddle
Are still up on the roof today!
They are hardened up like driftwood,
And may very soon just blow away!
I think of that old woman
Living in a very large shoe.
She had to clean so many diapers,
Where did she empty all that doo?
Eenie meenie minie mo,
Catch anything, it wants let go.
And If I die before I wake,
Don’t read me this, for Heaven’s sake!
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