Tuesday, 14 September 2010

WALKABOUTSVERSE 151 OF 230

Poem 151 of 230:  A TIME AND A PLACE

                           Archaeologists
(The show’s name I’ll dodge)
Squabbling like seagulls
(Most passionately),
             And running around -
Past-site or schoolyard?

             The popular way
(In England, by far),
           But children suffer
For such huff and puff.

(C) David Franks 2003