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Tony Woodward 1946 (Cheshire)

Squeaks open an eye
Decides to lie
In this soft bed
whilst the head
Sez, don't move,

Don't move

For, to move is to die
Drowned in a sea of pain

Walking iss verboten,
Ahhh Jesus a world of pain

A round of bread and butter
Is a miracle, oh yay, oh yay

Der fog may lift,
Who knows,
Even worse, who cares

I tell you now,
I care.

And yet, the night before,
Was all and more
I was de man
Mit der worldt
In der handt,

Polyglot came easy,
Any body any language,
No problemo, eh,

A chinese girl
Said, nee how mah,
Me said, pretty damn gud, eh
Der Polyglot
C'est moi,

Une Carton de Moet
Came my way,
Delivered by two dudes
One day

A life, alcohol,
A life, good times,
A life, stupide,


of course,

Do it again???

Of course!!

Tony Woodward March 2021
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Submitted by sierra46 on March 04, 2021

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Tony Woodward

He lives the quiet life high on a forest ridge in Western Australia. Has written poetry and music all his long life. Never wished to publish till today. Has a you tube site as "antonymarius" displaying music written performed and recorded by himself. more…

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