ODDBALLS COLLECTION OF POEMS
Poetry, Comedy, by Ken Bradbury, 2013
Discover the truth about four unique individuals including a kilt wearing Scotsman and a boy lost in a grocery store.
Duration8 - 10 minutes
- 1 Male
- 1 Female
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An excerpt …
A collection of poems from the book THE PLACE WHERE WE LIVE by Ken Bradbury.
(LETTUCE TELL YOU A TALE)
So Tommy grew up in that big supermarket. He slept on the cabbages, sometimes the carpet.
His friends were all turnips and crunchy cornflakes,
And his very best bud was a big T-Bone steak.
He went to first grade among the green beans and became a part of the store’s malt ball team.
Tom was the head of his class once or twice. He beat the potatoes and then creamed the rice.
His teachers were carrots and raspberry jelly. On summer vacations he’d go to the Deli.
MacMurray was a Scotsman, and Scotsmen all wear kilts.
(A kilt’s a skirt that’s worn by men upon old Scotland’s hills.)
No matter what the weather, in the calm or in the breeze,
the town was daily treated to the sight of Big Mac’s knees.
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