Norman E Dale
The Lamb - Poem by Norman E Dale
The Ewe and her lamb had strayed into
the garden and were leisurely grazing
in the vegetable patch,
The Lamb was wearing the old man's cardigan.
The old man was incensed when he saw the
animals stealing his vegetables and fiercely
chased them away.
In his anger, he did not recognise the Lamb, nor his
cardigan. Nor later when they met again,
over the Sunday roast.
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