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Down on the farm

I once nodded off and found myself on a farm,
I was met by a horse who said I’d come to no harm

His name was George, he was tall and ‘jet black’
and he knelt down right gentle as I climbed on to his back

As we strode through the yard there came a small cry,
it was  a piglet named; Norman who’d got mud in his eye

Mother hen clucked and her little chicks scampered,
flossy the kitten just wants to be pampered

In through the gate there came a lot of sheep
and a collie dog called Jimmy, behind them did creep

Mildred the cow lay down for a rest,
and the flies thought her ear would make a good nest

Billy the goat looked nervous as he went for a stroll,
George and I both wondered if he was in fear of a troll

As we crossed over the bridge down by the stream,
there came a loud bang as I fell of my bed, 
and there ended my dream.

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