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The Tall Girl’s Dress

This is the tale Of girl so tall That nothing would fit her, No, nothing at all. She went to the shops With her Dad and her Mum, But none of the dresses Reached down past her bum. She looked … Continue reading

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The Girl Who Could Fly

She walked and walked to the top of the hill And then she walked some more, But soon she found, Her feet weren’t on the ground And the rain had started to pour. The rain poured down And she soared … Continue reading

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Ice Cream Disaster

It’s the end of the world Said a girl with a frown As she looked at her ice cream cone SPLAT Upside down. The ice cream was gritty, The cone was a mess, She was terribly sad, She loved ice … Continue reading

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The Little People in the Toilet Bowl

When you look down the toilet, There’s not much to see Or at least that’s the hope; That the poo and the wee Will be all flushed away, And the bowl will be clean, So it’s just plain and boring, … Continue reading

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My Dog Smells – a children’s poem

It’s time that my dog had a wash He smells so bad that folk say Gosh! Just what has that small dog been up to? Does he bathe himself in fox poo? Does he wash his paws in wee Or … Continue reading

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Magic Doors

Life feels like magic When you are four. If you want an adventure You walk through a door. Any old door will do, Black, green or white, But if you walk through a red one, Prepare for a fright. As … Continue reading

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Blue Eyes – Brown Eyes

Danika Ramsbottom went to the shop, To pick up some yoghurt and cheese. She got what she wanted And went to the till And said ‘I’d like to pay for this please’ But the man at the till Said that … Continue reading

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