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Candy Love - Nursery Rhyme

Once there was a boy named Louie Who loved candy, soft and chewy, He swallowed one whole, And it took a pole To rescue the candy gooey; Once the candy was taken out, Louie began to cry and shout, "Give me more candy, I'm fine and dandy", And glowered with a stubborn pout; His mom refused, "You'll become stout, And develop a rotten snout, No candy for you Till homework you do, And then we'll go fishing for trout".
29th November 2022 For Eve Roper's "Children's limericks" contest

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Date: 12/4/2022 9:42:00 AM
Congratulations on your win, Jo. I have such a terrible sweet tooth, so I know how Louie felt. Many Blessings my friend
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Date: 12/4/2022 4:48:00 AM
I'll take fishing for trout over candy any day of the week (lol) Good one, Jo. Congrats on your win!
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Date: 12/4/2022 3:11:00 AM
Congratulations on your winner in Eve's contest. Way to go. Sara..Poor little boy. Trout instead of candy.
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Date: 12/1/2022 11:38:00 AM
So creative and entertaining, Jo. Janice
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Date: 11/29/2022 12:56:00 PM
hahaha. Very fun one!
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Date: 11/28/2022 11:57:00 PM
Lovely limericks for children Jo. Best of luck Tom
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