Down The Stream The Swans All Glide

Poem By Spike Milligan

Down the stream the swans all glide;
It's quite the cheapest way to ride.
Their legs get wet,
Their tummies wetter:
I think after all
The bus is better

Comments about Down The Stream The Swans All Glide

The tone is touched by a soft touch of humour that akes it special.
Down the stream the swans all glide; It's quite the cheapest way to ride. Their legs get wet, Their tummies wetter: interesting poem. tony
Read yesterday at the celebration of a life
comic...intelligent write


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