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Poor Attempts at Poetry

There was an old cow from Kelley's
who always had grass in her bellies
She said "I'd eat grain
if only it'd rain

but now I will go watch the telly."

Cheerily
IJK


LITTLE BEERS

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

Six little beers looking at me.

Grabbed one out - gave a shout

"This is what it's all about".

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

Five little beers looking at me.

Reached right in -once again

Face broke into a grin.

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

Four little beers looking at me.

Got another and looked around

Took a seat on the ground.

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

Three little beers looking at me.

Grabbed again and received a scowl

 My wife watches like an owl.

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

Two little beers looking at me.

I reached in and split the pair

Left one there in despair.

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

One little beer looking at me.

Snatched it up - drank it down

now I'm heading into town.

 

Looked in my cooler and what did I see?

No little beers looking at me.

Wife came over and grabbed the keys

I cried "Honey, please - please- please!

 Cheerily
IJK

 

Making Hay

 
Round and round the field all day

On a tractor mowing hay.

The sun is hot the sun is bright

But cool will come with the night.

 

Round and round the field we go

Raking hay into a row

Raked into a row and then

Round and round we go again.

 

Round and round real slow this trip

making bales from the strip.

Come winter I will feed this hay

Thats why I'm out here this hot day.

 

Cheerily

IJK


 




 The Ball it Rests
Inside the Glove
Waiting
Waiting
The little boy will come no more
He has gone off to war
The Ball still Rests
Inside the Glove
Waiting
   Waiting  

 Cheerily
IJK
    

                 



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