THE MOON IS UPSIDEDOWN
ORION IS A SCOTSMAN
The moon is upsidedown up here
On south side of equator,
The sun is too
But no shape has she,
That I can see,
And so she does not matter.
The man on the moon stands on his head
When I go to bed,
And I stand on my head to see him.
Orion's kilt falls away from his legs,
And to me at least the question begs:
Should he not be called MacOrion?
A.J.Oxton, OA, OO, OAE, k1oIq
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