Sunday, January 11, 2015

2015: Year of the Sheep--By Jack Horne--England

2015: Year of the Sheep

The horse in its stable to sleep,
We come to the year of the sheep:
It starts as a lamb
And grows to a ram -
Perhaps balls of wool will be cheap…

Jack Horne enjoys reading and writing poetry.

11 comments:

  1. Enjoyed this Jack

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  2. Nice poem Jack. Always enjoy reading what you post! Thanks for sharing...Chris~

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  3. Thank you, Beth Winchcombe, for the following--

    I like it Jack, I do lots of knitting and look forward to buying my wool cheaper from now on. Love from Beth.

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  4. Nice write Jack. you certainly know how to keep folk smiling with your words....Peter

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  5. Nice one, Jack. Fun and witty. Thank you for sharing and continued blessings!

    -MJ (www.tgbtgpublictions.com)

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  6. I really enjoyed your fun poem. Thank your for sharing your talent. I always enjoy what you share with us.
    Charlene

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  7. cheap wool rolls Jack? I suppose in these times they 'may' consider knitting straight off the sheep .L O L)) enjoyed the piece

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  8. Thank you, Suzanne Clement, for the following--

    I see you're into Chinese year symbols, Jack. Enjoyed your limerick.

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  9. Enjoyed this witty contribution, Jack; lovely and smooth flowing limerick. All the best. // paul

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  10. Nice poem, Jack... I wonder which sheep you have in mind... ;-))

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  11. I have been reading your poems and collaborations and enjoying all of them including this clever piece. I don't get here as much as I would like to comment but please know your work is appreciated. Blessings, Connie

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