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Very short rhyming story for children.

Submitted: December 30, 2015

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Submitted: December 30, 2015



Hig-ah-la-digly, round and wiggly,

Curles, dimples and apple pie,

Running ‘round the running rooms,

Connecting with all, that aren’t so shy.


Hig-ah-la-digly, round and wiggly,

Nana’s re-living some of the past;

Now she has time and oven magic

To make new memories last.


Hig-ah-la-digly, round and wiggly,

Such excitement in a crusty old house

Pawpaw is hiding in the pantry space;

The pie-monster snickers, quiet as a mouse.


Hig-ah-la-digly, not so wiggly,

Hot pie is placed on the plate

Into the cold, it will be alamode,

Smells so good it is hard to wait.


Hig-ah-la-digly, round and wiggly,

The pie-monster's work has begun

He gobbles it down with a grizzly bear sound

And everyone laughs at the fun.


JE Falcon

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