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Donkey Donkey old and Gray

Updated on November 29, 2011


Donkey, donkey old and gray


Prance around the barn


Angry at Farmer Brown



He called him an ass


They called him an old mule,


While he brays and grazes the grass



Farmer Brown took him to town


One hot summer day


The church bell rang dong


And spook the old fellow




Old lady Barker gives him a cube of sugar


To calmed his getters


Officer Lloyd told her not to litter.


The life of a donkey is hard you see

When humans ride him all day

he would never get to the end of the rope

knowing no one would every love him

But the fool in him continues to hope

The humble ass it seems still has a role

To play in the lives of millions

when you have a case of the "if onlys"

the poor donkey learned to be content

whatever the circumstances.

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      mikeq107 5 years ago

      Great poem Annie...nice anolagy miss spelled that lol...but then agin I,m a Donkey !!!!!

      Later My Good friend!!!

      Mike :0)

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      Cresentmoon2007 5 years ago from Caledonia, MI

      Wonderful poem. There are many "Donkeys" out there I am afraid. Voted up.

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      Joyce Haragsim 5 years ago from Southern Nevada

      We have a town about 90 miles from Vegas that has donkeys roaming around. When we go there I buy carrots for them.

      I also remember then being on beaches in England for rides. Voted up and funny.

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      Gypsy Willow 5 years ago from Lake Tahoe Nevada USA , Wales UK and Taupo New Zealand

      I love donkeys and enjoyed your poem, thank you!

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      Annie 5 years ago from NewYork

      Mike, writer20,Cresentmoon, and Gypsy Willow, thank you all for reading my silly poem...

      Blessed.

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