I’ll See You Tomorrow

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A little ditty I came up with in a moments notice.

Submitted: June 09, 2019

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Tweedledum

And Tweedledee

Lived right down

The street from me

 

Up on the left

In a hollow log

Just an old he toad

And a young she frog

 

Which witch is which

I really don’t know

One’s a wee bit bigger than

Me a tadpole

 

Well goodbye

My little friends

I’ll see you tomorrow

And it’ll be once again

 

Though the house where I live

Is out of style

With its roofing like the hide

Of a crocodile

 

They come to see me

Most every day

To listen to my stories

And to hear what I say

 

But when the night falls

To end the sun’s trip

They leave to go home

On their sailing ship

 

Well goodbye

My little friends

I’ll see you tomorrow

And it’ll be once again

 

Well goodbye

My little friends

I’ll see you tomorrow

And it’ll be once again

 


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