Under, Over

Hamish Campbell took to the fields,
Churned up the rich earth with his Father’s spade
In hope he’d find a ripe diamond or hidden artefact to sell.

Bonnie Trotter stood on a milk crate, rose above the sea of pedestrians
In the high street, wearing her rosewood dress and lemon sash,
Where she sang for a sixpence.

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