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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

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

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