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Sat, 16 Oct 2010
Dodies Dream World introduces The Tinker by Adam Mitchell Bernard Bond

DODIES DREAM WORLD

Dodie would like to introduce you to Adam Mitchell Bernard Bond, I found him

children while searching for the Tinker for Japan. I do hope you like it.

The Tinker’s Pot

by Adam Mitchell Bernard Bond on 22 December 2009

http://www.daily-peep.com/

There once was a Tin­ker who made a small pot,
He banged on his cop­per, a sim­ple thing wrought.

He had no pre­ten­sions of glory and fame,
He had no great titles append­ing his name.

He lived in a wag­gon with naught but his horse,
Yet never was lonely and felt no remorse:

For the cleric who draped him­self richly in red,
And King who had pil­lows of silk for his head,

And the noble who trum­peted horns on the field,
And the mer­chant who gauged all the world by its yield,

Had noth­ing on him who just sat ‘neath a tree,
Pluck­ing a flower and prais­ing the bee,

Who sat by his fire of bram­bles and gorse,
Who stroked the long face of his nag­gin’ old horse,

Who looked to the Heav­ens for God’s face to see,
Who looked in the hedge for a faerie’s bowery,

Who ate naught but beans and bacon and beer,
Who sat ‘neath the star-​ridden skies with­out fear,

Who banged on his cop­per and sim­ple things wrought,
The Tin­ker who loved just to make a small pot.

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