Animal Intrigue


I see said the flea,
I spy said the fly,
And way up above,
A bumble bee sighed.

I squirm said the worm,
I rant said the ant,
And deep down below,
There's a mole in his pants.

I wail said the snail,
I dug said the slug,
And rustling the bushes,
A bird caught a bug.

There's a sneeze in the trees,
And a yawn from the lawn,
Where sleeping silently,
Is a mouse called Shaun.

I see said the flea,
I spy said the fly,
And way up above,
A bumble bee sighed.

I squirm said the worm,
I rant said the ant,
And deep down below,
There's a mole in his pants.

I wail said the snail,
I dug said the slug,
And rustling the bushes,
A bird caught a bug.

There's a sneeze in the trees,
And a yawn from the lawn,
Where sleeping silently,
Is a mouse called Shaun.

©2003 Gareth Lancaster

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On 28/07/2013 at 22:51 GMT Ben from NZ wrote:

"I like this poem."

On 02/01/2007 at 23:56 GMT *groovy girl* from United States of America wrote:

"A rather odd poem, but definitly a keeper!"

On 28/08/2006 at 10:19 GMT adrian from victoria wrote:

"i think that poem was so funny"

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