North And South

16 04 2016

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Milking the cow,

Reaping the grain,

But for why I don’t know how,

I continue with this strain.

Not enough money,

To feed my family,

If circumstances could differ,

Behind a desk I would prefer.

GENEPOOL

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Animal First Words: A Compendium Of First Words That Will Be Used By Animals If They Suddenly Became Sentient

16 05 2014

War Horse (Scholastic - 2010)

After recently reading the book and book of the play of War Horse by Michael Morpurgo at University, during one of the lessons where we looked at the book, I wrote this piece about what animals are likely to say if they suddenly gained sentience. Now while this list only covers a few animals, I may update it later on. Enjoy.

Crocodile

Crocodile: “Morning”

Donkey

Donkey: (Slightly Surprised) – “What?”

Labrador

Labrador: (Happy) – “Hello”

Chicken

Chicken: (Won’t Stop Screaming) – “AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!”

Snail

Snail: “What’s the point?”

Mouse

Mouse: “Is this Norway?”

Bat

Bat: “Who turned out the lights?”

Cow

Cow: “Moooo”

Rabbit

Rabbit: (Texan Accent) – “I need a cigarette”

Songbird

Songbird: (Perturbed) – “I am singing all the right notes, but not necessarily in the right order!”

Kangaroo

Kangaroo: (Annoyed) – “Stop singing that song!”

Barn Owl

Barn Owl: (Posh) – “How do you do?”

Tawny Owl

Tawny Owl: (Annoyed) – “Get on with it!”

Horse

Horse: (Angry Retaliation) – “What’s wrong with your face!”

GENEPOOL








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