Main Poetry Index

There’s a . . . in a hat,

A . . . . in a hole.

There’s a . . .  in a bog

And a . . .  in a pram.

There’s a . . .  in a house

And a . . .  in a tree - - - -

 

But there's you at the . . . ,

And me - - - all at sea!!!

 

Copyright on all my poems

"ALL AT SEA" - What does this mean?  It means:  In a state of confusion and disorder.  

 

"All at sea: Nautical expression to describe the condition of a vessel lost out of site of land. Now the expression or its shortened form "at sea" is used to describe someone who is confused, bewildered and unable to understand." eg:  "Sorry Miss but I'm quite at sea, or I'm all at sea."

 

 

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