I grilled a grizzly groaning garoar
Which I’d encountered glued to the floor
So I’d taken it home
So I wasn’t alone
But now the poor thing is no more!
I baked a bold bellied bereat
Which I’d encountered squashed on a seat
I did try to lend
And make him my friend
But of course in the end I had to eat!
I fried a ferocious furry feremendoo
Which I’d encountered swimming round me loo
This chap made me smile
But for only a while
Then I found him so difficult to chew!
I poached a prickly patterned paragoof
Which I’d encountered perched on me roof
His feet were all funny
His breath smelt of honey
I’m sure that’s why he’s still stuck in me tooth!
I roasted a rude rolling rackee
Which I’d encountered whilst fishing at sea
It’s skin was all hard
I needn’t much lard
And he still turned out lovely and crispy!
I woked a wiggly walking winnibower
Which I’d encountered wondering just past noon hour
He was covered in fleas
And by far the best companion of sweet and sour!
I steamed a silent stiggle sparan
Which I’d encountered stuck fast to me gran
I know at this rate
I wont gain a mate
But for sure I’ll always have a full pan!