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Short Poems, Long Poems & Limericks

There once was a knight

Who refused to fight

Because his bones

Were old and brittle

 

They used to call him

Sir Lancelot

But now it's just

Sir Lancelittle.

 



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Limericks

 

A goldfish that got flushed down the loo

Went through pipes all the way to Peru

He was caught by a farmer

Then transported by llama

To a new bowl in Machu Picchu


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Featured Poem

 

“When will I stop growing?”

A giant asked his mummy

“I've grown at a rate

Of one meter a day

Ever since I left your tummy”

 

"That's 7 meters every week

Or 365 a year

Times twelve because it's

My birthday soon

Which makes 4380 meters quite clear"

 

“I hope that I stop growing”

The giant he did sigh

As he pulled a bird

Out of his ear

And a plane out of his thigh.

 



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