Grandpa's Farm

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Children Stories  |  House: Booksie Classic
Children describing their Grandparent's farm & it's animals.

Submitted: April 10, 2015

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Submitted: April 10, 2015



“Grandpa's Farm”



Round and wiggly,

Loves to roll in the mud.

And slow-silly cow

Is not like that sow,

She is happy just chewing her Cud.


Ms. Chickee and her troop

Lay their eggs in their coup

As the farmer opens his eyes,

Then the rooster crows,

'cause the Rooster knows

That the sun is starting to rise.


Silly-Goat Billy

Likes anything hilly

So up on the dog-house he jumps,

Up high where it's tall;

{He thinks he won't fall

from the dog-house, hen-house, or stumps}.


Nanny the Nag

Eats from a bag

And she pulls a Surrey on Sunday.

She helps when she can,

At least that's the plan,

But she won't leave the barn on Monday.


Then there is Gus,

The Old lazy cuss,

A Hound-dog without a care;

Snoozin', or  sleepin',

His eyes sometimes Peepin'

When the smell of food's in the air!


This is Grandpa's farm,

No need for alarm,

Grandma is runnin' the place.

They don't make any dough

But they love it, {Ya Know?},

It's all about wide open space.”



JEF --- 04-08-2015

© Copyright 2020 D. Thurmond, aka, JEF. All rights reserved.

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