The Three Misfits Poem by Phil J Hambling

The Three Misfits



Different sizes
Different guises
Different looks
Different books
Different faces
Different races
Originating in different places
Two can talk and one can bark
Two can drive one to the park
One upholds all the laws
One cures people of their flaws
The other one's got muddy paws
One's a thinker
One's a stinker
The other one's a midnight sprinkler
One's misled
One's misfed
The other spends too long in bed
We all like biscuits
We're all three misfits
And we fit together perfectly.

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