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Typically Luke Poem 8 - HEAD IN A BUCKET

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Typically Luke Poem 8 - HEAD IN A BUCKET

It is one of life's little mysteries Why with Luke things seems to go wrong Maybe because he sticks his head In places it don't belong Today Luke got it stuck in a bucket So to the hospital he did go How on earth he managed to do it Perhaps we'll never know Because Luke is just not telling He's a little embarrassed you see I wondered why Luke was yelling "Can someone please help me" Most people at the hospital were laughing Those that weren't did a polite cough But with a huff and a puff and some elbow grease The doctors managed to pull it off Luke is feeling much better now Though he does have quite a sore head And his ears look a little swollen And shining a very bright red.

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  1. Date: 6/20/2013 10:38:00 AM
    - I'm probably one of those who would laugh if I met him in the hospital with a bucket over his head. - I hope his ears hang in there they should afterwards ..... - Thanks for a good laugh! - A good laugh to you Gary: (a true story from when my daughter was 4-5 years) "I Do Not Want Eggs - Do Not Like Eggs" - oxox / / Anne-Lise :)

  1. Date: 6/19/2013 8:34:00 AM
    Love the humor and wit. A whimsical poem for all ages. Very creative :)