Turn Out the LightSimilar beingsBut different livesSo many beesSharing one hiveTogether theyHave so much brainBut politicsHave left a stainAnd then they startA stupid fightIf only theyTurned out the lightDivided byOne single thin'The colour ofEach other's skin
The FoxI looked aboutAnd then I foundA fox lyingUpon the groundHis soft red furWas stained with bloodHis tail coatedThick with mudHis eyes were closedHis mouth was, tooHe wasn’t fromThe local zooI dug a holeA metre deepI lay him thereSo he could sleep
ChristmasIt’s Christmas soon,Here’s an idea,Let’s bring a great big tree in here!We’ll cover itIn shining lights,To keep us awake in the nights.The tinsel goldAnd silver, too,We’ll have to stick it on with glue.On top we’ll placeA shining star,The tree is done, we say ‘Ta-da!’The shopping starts,And what a race!They rush around, from place to place.To buy the rightPresent is hard,And don’t forget a glittered card!The gifts are wrappedIn red and green,Under the tree, they can be seen.Tonight’s the night,That Santa comesCross all your fingers, and your thumbs!You’ll have to make sureYou’ve been nice,Because his list, he must check twice.I’ll make some biscuits,Chocolate chip,And pour some milk, in which, to dip.Now go to bed,And dream of sweetPitter, patter, reindeer feet.When you awake,Under the tree,Something wonderful, you’ll see.There may be two,There may be four,Presents
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