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Piggle-Eyed Grumpadeers

Poetry By: ben hardstaff
Childrens stories


THIS IS A CHILDRENS POEMS I WROTE FOR MY NEPHEWS


Submitted:Dec 29, 2011    Reads: 50    Comments: 2    Likes: 5   


Piggle-Eyed Grumpade

Underneath the snagberry bush

live the Piggle-Eyed Grumpadeers:

they've fifty legs to walk upon,

and twenty ears to hear.

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Their crimson eyes grow wild and wide

when searching for snagberries ripe,

but whenever the berries are buried deep,

the creepy crawlies cry.

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For Piggle-Eyed Grumpadeers can't dig:

they try, but never succeed.

So rather than nibbling snagberries, ripe,

they settle for snagberry seeds.

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They're never as soft or scrumptious:

to be honest, they're tasteless and dry,

so whenever the snagberry seasons cease,

the Piggle-Eyed Grumpadeers sigh.

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Piggle-Eyed Grumpadeer's winters are harsh,

with hardly a morsel to munch,

but winter only lasts a day and a half,

so they're truly a fortunate bunch!





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