Poem - Jungle Cupboard
I once had a tall cupboard at home
That turned into a jungle
With hair things, bills, books, papers
Old delph and toilet roll
Pulsating, cascading, mad to get out
Open the door and it attacks
It was meant to be something else
A food storage unit budgets willing
With extra tins and Russian like stores
For lean times and loyalist strikes
But the jungle took over
A little contribution to chaos
In a corner of the kitchen
Brooding, watching growing
Try to find anything there
Totally impossible, it's all gobbled up
The jungle cupboard's reign of terror
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