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Poem: The Big Metal Box

The big metal box, a poem

Written by Daphne Tore / Dean Thorpe

I found a box, under the ground

In a dark hole, with flowers around

The box dark grey, and made of metal

Such a contrast, to the pretty petals

A heavy lock, and some rusty chains

What’s in there, I rack my brains

I reached around, and grabbed the rake

I twisted it round, until chains did break

I lift the box up, but I hurt my knee

The box falls down, its just empty

Things buried, hidden for another day

Have now all vanished, rotten away

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Daphne Tore signature with rainbow colours
Very random poetry, by a very random poet, Daphne Tore

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