St Bendy's Day - Poem by Sebastian Seal
St Bendy is the patron saint of snakes.
His speciality is making all the rain.
He alone filled the world's lakes.
They say that when it rains on St Bendy's Day,
It rains for 40 days and nights.
I do not think his bladder is completely okay.
But think yourself lucky that it doesn't rain mud,
For St Bendy can make something similar.
Take it from me, it's not what you want for a flood.
The pitter-patter of raindrops does no harm,
But if you hear a loud rumble of thunder,
You're about to get more slurry than on a farm.
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