Alan Bruce Thompson
The Time Of Pee Huck (As In Pharaoh) - Poem by Alan Bruce Thompson
To stop the children swearing we invented our own talk.
To throw out a derogatory curse or an expletive as we walk.
To stand and proclaim, or self righteously blaspheme,
In the middle of the street, is many peoples dream.
We made the silent 'h' noisy, and pronounced it loud,
So no-one else could understand it in the crowd.
So Pee Huck and Bee Hugger were with us all day
But with no 'r' in shirt, we couldn't quite pray.
So in the middle of the town within everybody's hearing,
We did what children hate, we took the fun out of swearing.
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