Ron Eugene Surrey
Luke And Duke - Poem by Ron Eugene Surrey
Click here to listen to "Luke and Duke" Sleepless nights and wishful days, to eat the dish of plenty, oh if we may!
One twin, one sis, plotted against Viola's locked niche,
Filled with confectionery sweetness and candy cane twist!
Their craving tooth, sent Luke ad Duke flying under the coop! Twelve bars and several boxes later,
Pop-bellies stood high like a rising elevator!
Chocolate, sweet and messy teeth, shortly disgust each sour face,
While the shaft-hole in the shed house floor, firmly held aching
Stomachs in place! The room grew cold, scary and dark,
Sobbing for Mama were two repented hearts!
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