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Ev’ry morning, just past six,
And ev’ry afternoon,
Grandpa left the house to milk
The cow who leaped the moon.

Right beside the barn door he
Would stop and tip the pail,
Mealtime for the cat who played
The fiddle with her tail.

Tippy gazed with soulful eyes,
As farm dogs often will.
Her dinner dish replenished,
Pa’s load now lighter still.

Passing Grandma on the porch
The bucket caught her eye.
She queried, with a knowing grin,
“What happened…cow go dry?”

Copyright © Pinhole Burns | Year Posted 2012


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  1. Date: 4/12/2016 11:37:00 AM

    Pinhole Burns, you've expressed yourself well, I enjoyed your poem. Love LINDA :)
  1. Date: 8/30/2015 2:03:00 PM

    PINHOLE, Great piece to read, before I head out. Well done ~SKAT~
  1. Date: 9/10/2012 10:43:00 AM

    Very well written and funny - it being just juice and water to drink. - Have a exciting new week. - Oxox love Anne-Lise :)
  1. Date: 9/10/2012 10:32:00 AM

    I was waiting for the dish that ran away with the spoon....nicely written...enjoyed.....Joseph