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Animals Having Fun On The Farm

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Oh what fun, what a barnyard dance. Wonderful lively poetry, great literary imagery. I really enjoyed the read and just know children will absolutely love this fabulous poem.

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A Cow And A Rooster Went Dancing

© more by Cynthia C. Naspinski

Published: August 31, 2020

A cow and a rooster went dancing
One night by the light of the moon.
They'd arranged to meet in the barnyard
With the crickets providing the tune.

They started off slow with a waltz
And then danced a foxtrot and tango.
They swayed and dipped to the music,
Then went on to do the fandango.

The barn owls enjoying the show,
Soon added some excited hooting.
And to this new beat and rhythm,
They worked in a bit of boot scootin'.

The rooster nailed the chicken dance
And then he moonwalked like a pro.
The cow's belly dance was entrancing
As she shimmied her hips to and fro.

The pace of their dances grew faster.
They were really hitting their grooves.
They battled it out with some krumping,
Then busted some breakdancing moves.

They did the twist and the jitterbug.
They shook, gyrated and jumped.
Dust clouds were rising and feathers were flying.
They wiggled and jiggled and bumped.

The cow and the rooster grew tired
But agreed that they'd had so much fun.
The rooster said he should turn in for the night
Since he had to be up with the sun.

Next morning the farmer was puzzled,
For the rooster was still not awake.
Then he went to the shed to milk all his cows
And one of them gave a milkshake!

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Oh what fun, what a barnyard dance. Wonderful lively poetry, great literary imagery.
I really enjoyed the read and just know children will absolutely love this fabulous poem.

Thank you, Beryl. I really appreciate your lovely, kind feedback.
Warm regards, Cynthia

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