Sunday, September 27, 2015
Song of the Wild Sheep - Poem
Song of the Wild Sheep
Does a sheep ever long to be a free spirit?
While waiting in a pen for shearing time
And flocked with other sheep between the rows
Of fences channeling them here and there?
Does it imagine itself a timbersheep
Stalking poor winter grass through snowy woods
Or a furry hippie groovin’ at Sheepstock
Or yet a philosopher named Ovis?
If a sheep ever mahhhhhs a manifesto
It will be set to mewesic by Mahhhhhler!