A Lollipop Lady And A Lollipop Man

Poem By nimal dunuhinga

The reckless drivers like a jet fly and they think the road is a sky.
These two personnel hold a circular sign on a stick to stop traffic.
And the children cross the road.
They too like to go with them to their school but they have lost their certificates of birth.

Comments about A Lollipop Lady And A Lollipop Man

Your passion for social justice shines through this cautionary tale of the two lollipop people ensuring a safe crossing for the fortunate school children from the lunatics on wheels. Wonderful poem, Nimal. love, Allie xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
I agree with Frank, there is so much more in this then meets the eye, A solid piece Love duncan X
Fascinating title. You have a gift for drawing sharp contrasts between those who have and those who have not. Regards, Sandra
Abstract Write with an intruiging spin....succinctly clever''''''''''''''''''''''''''fjr

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