Short Poems, Long Poems & Limericks

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Mallory the Mite

Climbed all day and night

Right legs in front of left legs

Left legs in front of right

 

And what was he climbing?

‘twas only a molehill

And how many steps?

He wasn’t counting

 

Because he could be sure

That when you’re so small

Every molehill might as well be

The world’s tallest mountain.



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Limericks

A farmer who crashed his old tractor

Found he needed a good chiropractor

His back came to some harm

While down on the farm

And faulty brakes were a very big factor

 


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Featured Poem

Big T and the Piggies

Are a gang as tough as nails

Hairy and pink

They created a stink

And got themselves thrown in jail

 

Inside a one foot prison cell

Inside a cotton cage

Bound in leather

And tied with a knot

They were sentenced to sweat for an age

 

But now they’re free

They’re going to market

To fight a rival gang

On the mean streets

A pair of mean feet

Where Big T and the Piggies hang.

 



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