Goblins

Goblins short poem

Uploaded by Tommy Francis Sr.

Goblins have lived in our trees for years
They have green eyes, and great big ears
They come out on a summer night
And swing from the branches in the pale moonlight

They walk in the trees, and talk goblin talk
All night long you can hear them squawk
They talk to the crickets, and lightning bugs
Then have a supper of slimy slugs

They hide in the trees all day long
When night time comes they sing there song
About the goblins and the goblin ways
And all of the goblins of the good old days

When morning comes they go to sleep
Up in the trees they don’t make a peep
They lay in the trees in goblin goo
If you wake them up they will scream at you

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