Tommy's Turn
© By Grady L. Duncan
5/9/01
Tommy was a quiet child,
never had much to say.
He was  respectful to others.
His mother had raise him that way.
His father, Fred, was the friendly sort,
always ready to help a neighbor.
One day he ask Tommy
to do him a great big favor.
Mr. Martin had called,
having a load of hay to bind,
but he needed to borrow a chain,
if he, Fred, didn't mind.
He ask Tommy to take it.
Only one thing was wrong.
It was too heavy to carry.
He had to drag it along.
Mr. Johnson, the store owner,
always teased Tommy a lot.
He hollered from the door,
Boy!  What have you got?
Tommy answered in a timid voice.
" It's a logging chain, Sir."
Mr. Johnson asked him then,
"What ya dragg'n it fir?"
Tommy's reply was a question,
that he just couldn't restrain;
"Mr. Johnson, would you tell me,
Did you ever try to push a chain?
From that day to this,
It was as you would expect.
Mr. Johnson has changed.
He treats Tommy with respect.
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