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My crazy creatures
MY CRAZY CREATURES This rhyme's about creatures of various sorts. Creatures with fangs, hairy bellies and warts. They cause lots of mischief all day long. Mum always blames me but I’ve done nothing wrong. These creatures are crazy. They’re not what you'd think. Turn over the page. Find out more in a blink... The first is Belcher. He really does stink. He lives in the toilet and plays in the sink. He likes to be naughty when nobody's in. He cannot be found when you're searching for him. Dad always moans when he sees all the stains. I tell him it’s Belcher, “He’s done it again!” Two thinks that she’s pretty, but really she’s not. She has warts on her face and is covered in spots. She has a big bottom and six hairy feet. Her name is Ghastly. She’s really not sweet. She steals mum’s lipstick and paints her mouth red. She tries on her dresses, throwing clothes on the bed. As soon as mum enters she’s so quick to flee. I guess that’s why my mum always blames me. Number three is so quiet but I know that he’s there. He smudges my face and puts glue in my hair. I call him Hush Monster as he follows me round, Putting mud on my clothes without making a sound. I aim for the paper but the pen marks my face. Mum looks at me glumly, "You're such a disgrace." I try to tell her that it just wasn't me. "It was Hush monster, Mummy. Why can't you see?" The worst of them all is a creature called Doom. I'm always in trouble when he's in the room. He often burps loudly when we're eating our food. Mum frowns with disgust. "Now, don't be so rude!" He cackles with laughter whilst spilling my drink. "Be careful," shouts dad. "Don't you ever think?" You may well wonder why he's never been caught. Well…he's the size of a pea and he’s very well taught. He rolls under the sofa after doing things bad, And I look to my parents who seem really mad. These crazy creatures I like the best. I’m glad I could share them with you and the rest. Belcher, Ghastly and a monster called Hush, Then don't forget Doom. They all make me blush. They live in my house and like to cause bother, Driving everyone mad, especially my mother. They’re experts in mischief. They get me in trouble. Now I’ll tell you a secret that may burst your bubble. Whilst these creatures are crazy it has to be said, They don’t really exist, “They’re all in my head!”
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