Do You Digeridoo?

by Diana Kodner Gokce
(Evanston, IL)

Do you didgeridoo?
Because I do it, too!
I take a big breath in,
Put it above my chin,
I close my lips and buzz
On just one end because
The sound goes through and through
But that's not all I do.
I sing or hum a sound.
It vibrates round and round.
The Aborigines
From eucalyptus trees
That once the termites hollowed
Made music and then followed
A couple thousand years
They've tickled human ears.
Australians often play,
(They also say "g'day")

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by: Anonymous

This poem reminded me of the fun I had watching the aborigines demonstrate this instrument on the streets in the Ozzie Land. Good'Aye!

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