By C. L. Collar
The wind blew up
The wind blew down
The wind blew stuff all around.
The cat was in the wishing well
How she got there, I cannot tell
The dog blew across the track
I don’t know when he’ll be back.
I found the milk cow on the roof
I took a picture just for proof
In the water dish I found
A frog and fish swimming round.
The rooster’s comb was on his tail
The hen was roosting on a pail.
Eggs were scrambled everywhere
Even in the horse’s hair.
From a beam in the barn
I looked and looked and then I found
The pig was hanging upside down
I put everything back right
And went to settle for the night.
As I climbed into my bed
I took my foot off of my head.
And put it back where it belonged
And prayed the wind would soon be gone!