Three daft poems.
A mucker named Groober was playing the tuba down on the Central Line. He’d play something longer to reach Chipping Ongar and finish with Auld Lang Syne. But one moonlit night a terrible sight
Sally O’ Malley had one silly folly that kept her from doing her job. For years she had swooned and her heart had ballooned at the vision of Porcupine Bob.
There once was a pirate called Savernak Sid, who sailed the seas in a dustbin lid. Though the seas were choppy and shark-infested he never stopped and he never rested.