Poor Little Susy Susan Jim

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Poetry  |  House: Booksie Classic
A harsh children's poem about unhealthy eating - very fun to read out loud and with the right rhythm.

Submitted: June 29, 2007

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Little Susy Susan Jim

Would not take her veggies in.

Her parents tried again and again,

But little Susy just would not give in.

 

No matter if it was night or day,

She would eat, she would not play.

But no, she would not eat her carrots,

Instead she'd eat some chocolate parrots.

 

Everyone warned that little girl,

That if she wasn't careful, she would soon hurl.

But little Susy would not stop,

Eating all those lollipops.

 

Soon she grew, as big as can be,

As big as a whale, in the Big Whale Sea.

Soon she began, to float in the air,

But the kept on eating, those chocolate éclairs.

 

She took off the ground,

As her parents held on.

But soon she flew away,

Screaming for a buffet.


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