Pavement Patter #08 – A Grand Tumble

 

Fae the tap o’ the hill, an rollin’ straight doon

Bodies tummlin aroon an aroon

There’s screams o’ lauchin a riot in the air

An innocent wee thrill, fir the brave bairns that dare

 

Chuckin’ themsel’ tae the green o’ the grass

Tummlin doon, incredibly fast

Spun tae the bottom, a dizzy delight

Tae see them in action, it’s a mental wee sight

 

Flat oot they tummle, alang on their side

Aw by the will, o’ the hill that they ride

Heeds birlin by the time aw movement hus stopped

Tae quick tae thur feet an dizzy dae they drop

 

Loupin back up, tae dae it aw again

Nae ever a sign o’ the bairns bein’ drain’t

Hud a wee shoogle, then back on thur feet

Jist wan mare tummle wuld be a real treat

 

Wi nae ony fear o’ gettin’ themsel’ hurt

The real fear is grass stains gettin’ on thur shirt

Nae wan o’ thur mother’s ur gonnae be pleas’t

But nane o’ them care when funs tae be seized

 

Aye thu’ll be feelin’ thur bruises themorrow

But it willny be bringin’ a wan o’ them sorrow

Bouncin’ doon a hill will lee yer body a bit pumml’t

Aw worth it fir the joy o’ a grand auld tummle

 

 

Cameron D Hamilton 03/02/2017

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27 thoughts on “Pavement Patter #08 – A Grand Tumble

    1. I still pass by the hills I rolled down at the beach park. If only I were brave enough to try but in my old age I’d break something. My insides are broken enough I don’t need an outside break as well
      I’m glad you’re enjoying them. I should probs make a Playlist on soundcloud once ive fibished the series so they’re all collected

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    1. Ahahahaha!!!! That’s very true, a fair bit less innocent though 😄

      I love this idea it’s fun to remember those memories. I don’t even know if it would still work the same as an adult, I for one am considerably taller that the last time I rolled down a hill.

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