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The Summerhill Fair

Rating: 2.5
I found a balloon and it went up a tree
I learned how to ride on a pony for free
And I looked at a girl and she knew it was me
When I went to the Summerhill Fair.

The fishpond was fine, they had monsters and toads
And Dad got a plant and it broke in the road
And I think I remember which pony she rode
When I went to the Summerhill Fair.

Next year there's a fair at the very same place
I hope I run frontwards and win in the race
And I'll recognize her by the dirt on her face
When I go to the Summerhill Fair.
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COMMENTS
Indira Renganathan 04 February 2009
Poetic and enjoyable....nice write
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Rupa U 14 January 2009
I find that you are basically a 'humour' poet. We need to read such poems off and on as a means of some entertainment. I enjoyed this poem.
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Greenwolfe 1962 03 February 2008
I'm a rhythm and rhyme poet, so much of what I read has no appeal to me. But this is 'real' poetry. There is one 'false' rhyme here but that's ok. You did a wonderful job, and I will not forget reading 'The Summerhill Fair' by Dennis Lee.
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