Neil Horn

(Essex, Ontario)

No Fridge To Raid - Poem by Neil Horn

With ice and snow upon the ground
Birds hopes for food soon fade,
When hungry we can raid the fridge
But they've no fridge to raid.
A Christmas View It doesn't cost for gifts of love
Spend as many as you may,
You'll feel rich beyond compare
On this merry Christmas day.


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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