Weekly Poem
ISSN 2291-7942
Vol. 1, No. 16, June 15, 2014
Edited by Kirk Ramdath

Fresh Worm Buffet
by Doreen Joy Graham
(Calgary, Alberta, Canada)

Fresh worms taste juicy good today
I slurp them up and down they go
My bird eyes view them where they lay
I hip hop to the ones too slow

A buffet meal for hungry me
No bill when it’s completely free
Gratuities are waved on by
Eat on the run before I fly


Biography
Doreen Joy Graham is the fourth and youngest child of a Canadian World
War 2 Veteran and a British War Bride.  She is happily married to her retired
military man for 31 years.  They have three adult children and three
grandchildren.  Her home is in Calgary, Alberta.  
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