“Van-nana” by Sioban Timmer


Van – nana



A bunch of monkeys at the zoo

Devised a daring plan

To create a small diversion

And then steal the keeper’s van


They waited ‘til his back was turned

And swung behind the wheel

The keeper didn’t notice

‘Til he heard his tyres squeal


They headed for the fruit and veg

The customers all ran

As monkeys swiped bananas

And threw them in the van


They tore their way right through the town

With crazy monkey smiles

When the ‘nanas and the fuel ran out

They’d gone a hundred miles


The van was found much later

The policeman stroked his chin

And pondered how he should report

A Combi full of skins

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