Posts tagged ‘pig’

March 8, 2017


by Jem Croucher


This week you’ll find me writing
about an animal each day
So, for Wednesday, here’s a mention
of the pig. ‘Hoorah!’ you say
A whoop indeed appropriate
for this most noble creature
Which I am proud to here include
and in this poem feature

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November 11, 2016


by Jem Croucher


I think perhaps that Fridays
are of a week my favourite day
As they often happen after
four days of toil and fray

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September 22, 2016

The Boar and Sow

by Rhyme In Time

A tender heart inside a leather skin,
In field of dirt you truffle find within.

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October 26, 2014


by Jem Croucher


I know a pig called Henry
He lives in Lancing town
He’s usually got a smile
But occasionally wears a frown
He lives in Jack’s back garden
In a converted garden shed
Nice and cosy, full of straw
And perfect for his bed

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December 23, 2012


by Harry

I drew a cat for him,
at least that’s
what I thought.
He looked at me,
suspicious eyes
full of knowing,
wry smile.

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