Go Away, Huffled-Neck Tuna Tree Eater!

03 Jan
Oh, Huffled-Neck Tuna Tree Eater
I find,
YOU eating my Tuna Trees.
That I do mind.

"YOU, sitting up there!"
All huffled; no good!
Sewing your blue feathers
from Stew Herring Wood.

Any thing make you sad?
Or more sad to see,
This old farmer's face
when he's without a tree.

So, Huffled-Neck Tuna Tree Eater, I see.
You sleeping in my forest.
From night-to-day's glee.

Swaying feathers dandy.
With each shake of your scales.
Be like a raccoon.
And bother garbage pails.
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Posted by on 01/03/2012 in The word roll


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