Aunty Mill & Uncle Jack – Bush Poetry Humorous Australian bush poetry. Old Brown Boots Harsh hard bush lands on which I’ve had to muster / And the paper bark forests supplying me with shelter Echo of a Distant Drum Can you hear the echo….? Two young magpies on my front lawn 5-03-2010 / Two young magpies watched me step out of the car. One of them was busy pecking at something in the grass. The other eyed me and… Transported……. The Story of Edward St… During Edward’s time in Tasmania whilst serving his sentence Edward rebelled against the system and had his term extended. Two different Australian versions of Twelve days … On the FOURTH day of Christmas, / My true love sent to me, / Four lyrebirds, / Three wet galahs, / Two snakes on skis, / And a kookaburra i… Rodeo Got Cancelled Been so long since I saw my gal’ it’s a year ago today / She’s a drover’s dream a stockyard queen to me. / Every le… Bunyip But these new ones. / They’s slower and oddly fair. / ’S like they’s already ghosts; / Or sumthin’ like.