There Is No Order Here - Poem by Larisa Rzhepishevska
There is no order here,
There is no any sense.
Can you make it clear?
Can you change a pence?
On a tin there sat a cat
It looked exactly like a rat
Poor little biggie rat
It has swallowed a cat.
Little cow wore a wig
And the ground it could dig,
Like a purple brown pig
Sat on thin and thickest twig.
In the farm and in the zoo
For a hat there's no loo.
Piece of milk is good for two,
Jug of cake is healthy too.
On the west the sun rise,
For Japan it's a surprise,
For Morocco rising sun
Turned to be a real fun.
Mice are crawling in the mire
To frighten a cat and look a dire.
Kids are growing in the garden,
Someone says: I beg your pardon!
Pike is howling at the moon.
Wolf is swimming like a goon.
Piglets sharpen their swords,
Porgy dances on the boards.
Mighty hedgehog without a fear
Frightens a fox and even a bear.
Snakes are flying in the clouds,
Frogs are walking in the crowds.
Tigers eat for breakfast grass,
Camels eat for dinner glass.
Walruses are in the reeds,
Whales dream of mice and seeds.
If you go to the circus
You will see a magic focus,
But the tricks I've here described
By the fairy were told and bribed.
Fly has sat on the sweetest jam,
Here is the end of my short poem.
©Larisa Rzhepishevska (Odessa, Ukraine)
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