Ashes ashes to ashes dust to dust let me push up not weeds but flowers
The Old Duke of York The old Duke of York Purchased a hawk Although it could squawk It just would not talk. it was swapped for an auk Born and raised in New York But the bird was a mawk And could not even walk. With a sharp tomahawk And a burned piece of cork It got a mohawk So the neighbours did gawk. So, he then chose a stork With a preference for pork Which it ate with a fork That old Duke of York. What a dork!
Teeth Peggy had very bad teeth And no healthy gums underneath Dentist fantastic Made a set out of plastic Which. to her young son, she bequeathed.
The Pet puppy cute, cuddly appeals, pleads, entices eyes, tail, nose, paws claimed, cuddled, loved delighted, happy kids
The Park couldn't be easier mood lifting therapy a walk in the park
The Poet I have realised, when I cark it What will become of my blog Who can I trust with my laptop My buddy, my missus, my dog? So, I'm now looking for an apprentice To train 'ere I finally go Otherwise you will wake up one morning To no more little poems from Hobbo.
The greedy gold-digger woman calculating, opportunistic searches, researches, discovers partner, mansion, yacht, diamonds tricked, duped, imprisoned handsome, undercover cop
Home My cosy little home A shelter from the storm Wood burning on the stove My tootsies nice and warm.
Image In the natural world, the male Is often full of colour Whilst the female can be dull Her backside, a little fuller. In the human world, a male May sport a big fat belly From drinking too much beer And watching too much telly.
Ponder I pondered the meaning of life Gave it some serious thought The answer, the edge of a knife Either beer, or then again, sport.