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Narrative Sport Poems | Narrative Poems About Sport

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Tie Me Kangaroo Down Sport



There's an instrument called a didgeridoo From the land down under they say Used by the indigenous tribes of Australia About 1500 years ago to the day Described in books as a natural wood trumpet Rolf Harris brought it to the fore He's currently serving five years in prison For a crime of which I abhor This scumbag was convicted of child molestation A despicable deviant behaviour Five years in prison is not nearly enough Should have been many years more Used the word despicable in lieu of another That accurately describes what I think If there's one thing that makes this dude's blood boil These jerks deserve life in the clink They shouldn't be allowed to roam around free They're a disgrace to all that is good They should have tied his bloody “kangaroo” down Or chopped the thing off where he stood (Sorry for venting!) © Jack Ellison 2015

Copyright © Jack Ellison | Year Posted 2015