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Sam the clever mouse

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Sam the clever mouse

There was a mouse 
That lived in a big house
His room was a small hole 
He lived with his friend Lucy the mole

One day he had a thought
“How do I raid the kitchen without being caught?”
He asked Lucy and she said be smart
And follow your heart 

It was a nice thoughtful slogan
But he had to be aware of the shogun
Sam made plans of what to do 
He discussed it with Lucy too

He went into the kitchen and stole two piece of cheese
They were Chinese and Japanese
He went the next day to the kitchen 
And was fascinated when he saw a pigeon

The pigeon was smart 
But could not catch Sam because he  was driving a fast kart
He fell down and was in great pain
And never went to the kitchen again
 

Benedict( 8 years)











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  1. Date: 5/28/2012 10:32:00 PM

    John,,, ekk~ ekk! i love it.. thank you for sharing your awesome poem.. have yourself a good night, always :-) LINDA

  1. Date: 5/28/2012 1:22:00 PM

    NIce rhymes, Benedict!