Short Poems, Long Poems & Limericks

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The Highwayman Goes Riding

The Highwayman goes galloping

Along the London road

And when he meets his victim

His gunpowder will explode


The Highwayman is riding

Three corners on his hat

And when he's stolen his weight in gold

He'll eat until he's fat


The Highway man he nears

A rolling wooden carriage

But what he doesn't know is

He's about to kill his marriage


The Highwayman he hollers

“Your money or your life”

“Is that you dear?” comes the answer

He was about to shoot his wife.



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