Goblins

poem by: DONALD FRANCIS
Written on Dec 14, 2017

Goblins have lived in our trees for years

they have green eyes, and great big ears

They come out on a summer night

and swing from the branches in the pale moonlight



They walk in the trees, and talk goblin talk

all night long you can hear them squawk

They talk to the crickets, and lightning bugs

then have a supper of slimy slugs



They hide in the trees all  day long

when night time comes they sing their song,

About the goblins and the goblin ways,

and all of the goblins of the good old days



When morning comes they go to sleep,

up in the trees they don't make a peep

They lay in the trees ,in goblin goo

if you wake them up, they will scream at you

 

Tags: Weird, Rhyme, Humor,

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Frank byrne commented on Dec 14, 2017 at 6:27pm
Don't go noblin' a goblin!......funny little rhyme...

 

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