Assignment On My Postman

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My postman

Walking down the street,

Smiley, bearded man,

We meet

You in your van

And me on my feet!

Cheerful and polite

It's him ...view middle of the document...

You knock at my door

I am all excited

I am washing the kitchen floor

You are invited

At my door.

So many parcels and letters

In your big red bag

You look hot in your sweater

And I am smoking a fag.

You are going away in a hurry

I close the door smiling

Will be having a curry

For dinner but for now I am baking

A cake with berry.

See you tomorrow

My dear postman

I feel sorrow

You left me with the milkman

In my burrow.

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