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Lamb poem tribute: Lost again

Boy with toy lamb
Written by Cameron

From:       Stuart
Subject:   Lost again – a lamb poem
Date:        3rd January 2005
Place:       Akaroa, Canterbury, South Island, New Zealand


A lamb poem tribute: Lost again!

Cameron had a little lamb
Its fleece was white as snow
But everywhere that Cameron went
The lamb refused to go

He left one on a mountainside
Another on a swing
The third one is still with us
A scrawny little thing

The first he brought from England
The second Santa brought
The third came from Antartica
We fear its’ life is short

He says he loves them dearly
I love my Lamby Dad
My Lamby’s gone to heaven Mum
I feeling very sad

He has a lead for Lamby 3
To keep him safe and sound
But if you see the others ones
Please let us know they’re found

This lamb poem is dedicated to Lamby (1 and 2)

Watch our YouTube lamb poem tribute to Lambys everywhere

For further news on lamby see our posting: Another Lamby to the Slaughter

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