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[The following were written awaiting for Medical Law Lectures c.1996/7]

 

Time

 

There was a time

I could have said

Wooder been better

To stay in bed.

But now I say,

‘Let’s get up!’

Why?

Dunno.

Give up.  [1996/7]

 

 

 

Life Remains a Steaming Pile of Donkey Doo-Doos

 

Hey diddle diddle

The cat and the fiddle,

God’s up there,

The devil’s down there

And here am I.

Trapped.

In the middle.  [1996/7]

 

 

 

Waiting For A Lecture

 

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The Snake

 

Hiss! Hiss! Hiss!

Sally shan’t miss

her pet snake.

 

It slithered and it wriggled

along, long, on,

that wicked fellow John.

 

It looked at her longingly,

Sally’s pet snake

Hiss hiss! He he!

 

She hit it with a broom

in the living-room,

Sally’s pet snake.

 

‘For Pete’s sake!’

(for that was his name)

‘You’ve squashed his brain!’

 

I yelled at her,

though not deterred

a jot.

 

‘I should have shot

both you and the snake,’

Sally said to me.

Ha ha! Hiss hiss!

Sally shan’t miss

her pet snake.

 

Hiss!

        Hiss!

               Hiss!

                      Ho!

                           Bah! Humbug!

                                               Hiss!

                                                      Hiss!

                                                             Hiss!                       

                                                                  Hiss!

                                                                          Hiss!

                                                                                  Hiss!

 

[1997]                                                                                          

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