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Silly Willie - Children's Poem

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Silly Willie - Children's Poem

Silly Willy was in the park one day
He had a ball and glove hoping to play

Snarky Harky biked along the path
He was grumpy and so full of wrath

Into the park he screeched to a stop
When he saw a ball go up with a pop

Snarky Harky jumped, made the catch
He threw the ball into the briar patch

The boys stood still and stared in vain
How would they get the ball out again

Along came Racoon with paws so strong
He grabbed the ball and waddled along

The boys were shocked making not a sound
Then laughter made them roll on the ground

Snarky Harky became Silly Willy’s friend
Biking down the path and around the bend

They changed their names to Will and Hark
And biked every day to play in the park

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  1. Date: 9/21/2013 12:40:00 AM

    this is really a cute little story!! I enjoyed it.

  1. Date: 9/15/2013 7:13:00 AM

    Rhyme perfect for children. I can almost sing it. Cheers Betty!...JM