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Poetry By: mum55


Submitted:Jan 10, 2008    Reads: 120    Comments: 4    Likes: 3   

Little molly went to the shops
With a her pennies that she had got,
Emptied out her piggy bank,
For down the road and in the shop
Was a great Big Teddy called Bob
At the counter she did say
"How much is Bob the teddy in the window on display"
The old croaky women said"Sorry his not for sale today, come back tomorrow
When I change the window display",
Poor little Molly left in tears and went on her way,
Next day after school Molly grabbed her pennies again,
Ran all the way to the teddy bear shop,
She saw the teddy was no longer in the window today,
Running up to the old lady she said
"How much is Bob the teddy who was in the window yesterday"
The old croaky women replied "50pence on sale today"
Little Molly counted her pennies out on the counter
Just managing 50 pennies,
The old croaky lady gave Bob to Molly,
Who ran out the shop
Sat under the tree
Said to Bob "Now we can be freinds and talk for ever you see"
For every day when Molly came home
She'd stop by the window of the shop
Bob the teddy would smile and nod,
For he was a special teddy you see
But the only person who knew that
Was Molly you see
That's why she had to buy
Bob the teddy so he could be her best freind for ever and ever THE END !!!!!!.


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