Swampyville's - Nursery Rhymes "Time to Sweep"!

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Fill in the below blanks with the following words or use your own words!

Howl, delight, right, sheep, sleep, sweep, towel, weep.

Time to Sweep! By L. Don Oliver

There's a time to be awake, There's a time to __; There's a time to clutter, There's a time to __;

There's a time to reap, There's a time to _; either, Among the wolves, Are among the __;

The sheep will Bleat, The wolves will _; while, The Special Interests, Steal your crying __;

There is no difference, Between the left and __; They'll take all you have, With great __;

Previous Poem!

In The Sweet Along My Way! By L. Don Oliver

In the sweet along my way, Reliving memories of the before; In the once, long, long ago, Who could wish for anything more;

Fishing upon the bank, Of a lazy flowing stream; No thoughts of tomorrow, Relaxing within my dream;

An old cracked cane pole, Resting gently upon my knee; Thoughts of the now, Lost in my reverie;

The ripple upon the stream. Created by a gentle blowing breeze; Sun dancing upon the water, The moment was mine to seize;

Sounds of a singing wren, Bass splashing with delight; A solitary soaring eagle, Upon it's effortless flight;

A greenish blue crab, Drifting along with the tide; A turtle upon a fallen tree, It's there that it will abide;

A majestic blue Heron, Wading in the shallows slow; Right there where all, The smaller fish will flow;

A family of Mallards, Gracefully paddling by; Soon they will join others, Upon their Northern fly;

A catfish beneath the water, Swimming swiftly upon it's way; Saying to no one in particular, "You'll not catch me today";

Time passes, oh! so quickly, In life it will never wait; Guess its time to go, For, I forgot the bait;

The descending Sun is yawning, The Moon soon will be high; Time to gather up my gear, And tell all my friends goodbye;

Many love ones are in heaven, There, where the Angels sing; While I'm still upon my journey, I will cherish all that life will bring;

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