THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE:
There was this lion
With an angry mane.
He was a man, and for legal reason
Can't tell you his name.
He wasn't a very pleasant person
In fact a nasty bully,
I suffered at his temper,
Took the full brunt fully.
He called me a "Witch"
Because of my epilepsy illness,
Causing me grief and many tears
I must confess.
Well he is out of my life,
I am pleased to say.
Even had me evicted from the apartment,
Making sure things was done his way.
I still ache from the horrendous move,
But feel more happier at last.
There is only one thing
My eyes do cast.
I am without a wardrobe,
To put my clothes in.
Although many of them
could end up in the bin.
Today I scoured the shops,
For an affordable wardrobe.
All I got for my trouble was an aching back,
You see most of them are self assembly flat pack
Now that is something I'm unable to do,
So my clothes in suitcases must remain.
I'll try again next week for a wardrobe.
Once I have got rid of my aches and pains.
(This version of "The Lion, Witch and the Wardrobe")
is by Y.S. LEWIS)
NOT TO BECOME CONFUSED WITH THE BOOK BY