A Christmas Poem from Fraser

A North East Dialect Christmas Poem

Let ya turkeys gan wiv the coos
Divent mac them sit on ya plate,
even let them inta ya toons
ta mac them feel safe.
The turkeys wanna play footie
they divent wanna get chopped.
Why divent ya just have a stottie
and say that the madness has stopped.
(c) Fraser Hutt

MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM THE HUTTS

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10 Responses to A Christmas Poem from Fraser

  1. catterel says:

    Love that! When the turkeys gan wiv the coos, will they all play footie and can we come and watch?

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  2. cecilia says:

    Oh and i am glad you had a quiet christmas, thank goodness it is over again.. and by this time next year you will not know yoursel’. c

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  3. cecilia says:

    Wow! It is like music.. c

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  4. I love it! Merry Christmas, Viv..and an easier 2014!

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  5. Tinman says:

    Happy Christmas, Viv, have a lovely day.
    Tin x

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  6. Bastet says:

    Your Grandson has inherited your talent! Buon Natale Viv a te e la tua famiglia!

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  7. Mary says:

    Merry Christmas to you, Viv!

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  8. Bonnie Lad,
    Yer Grandma is git proud o the poet whee wrote this –
    did yee write it yorsel?
    If yee divnae, whee did?
    In this hoose the turkey is safe
    at least until the hungry hordes descend on weh on Sunday
    Hev a happy Christmas – see yee Sunday.

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  9. Pamela says:

    Nice, Viv. He is talented. Happy Holidays to you and yours.

    Pamela ox

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  10. restlessjo says:

    Well done, Fraser! Merry Christmas to you all 🙂

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