When Aunty Flo
Became a Crow
She had a bed put in a tree;
And there she lay
And read all day
Jabberwocky by Mervyn Peake
All material © The Mervyn Peake Estate.
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Nice poem. Picture a bit scary!
I agree it is a bit creepy – but that’s probably why I love it!
Yes, I can see why, I liked his drawings of Alice in Wonderland.
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