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Have You Ever Seen?
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Have you ever seen a sheet on a river bed?
Or a single hair from a hammerís head?
Has the foot of a mountain any toes?
And is there a pair of garden hose?

Does the needle ever wink its eye?
Why doesnít the wing of a building fly?
Can you tickle the ribs of a parasol?
Or open the trunk of a tree at all?

Are the teeth of a rake ever going to bite?
Have the hands of a clock any left or right?
Can the garden plot be deep and dark?
And what is the sound of the birchís bark?


This poem is in the public domain.




Post New Comment:
Tracers645:
Cute :-)
Posted 11/14/2019 12:36 PM
jackleigh:
This poem is so creative and pleasant to read. :)
Posted 11/14/2019 09:52 AM
cork:
Very lovely play with words.
Posted 11/14/2019 09:09 AM
Gilbert Allen:
Funny and fun!
Posted 11/14/2019 08:53 AM
Randy Cadenhead:
And an old poem can still be as fresh as a new day?
Posted 11/14/2019 08:23 AM
Larry Schug:
Ah, the language of English! A perfect poem for the student speakers and writers of other cultures that I tutor.
Posted 11/14/2019 07:21 AM


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