Hannah Smith

Rookie (29 March 1997 / Halesowen)

Worm Diggers - Poem by Hannah Smith

Digging for worms on a very hot day,
With just a spade and a bucket and some realy wet hands
Digging for worms on a very hot day,
In the wet sand for bait
Digging for worms on a very hot day,
And going back to my fishing boat.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, January 2, 2006

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