New Twist on Peter Piper
If Peter Piper got tired of picking pecks of pickled peppers,
and packed his jars of peppers, pickled, in boxes of newspaper,
placing them in a place that was picked for putting his peppers,
then returned to a different place of picking, to pick;
What, perchance, would Peter Piper pick, to pick,
in place of pickled peppers like the peppers he packed away,
and in what place would he put all his new pickings,
if his pickled pepper place was packed?
Copyright © Virginia Mitchell | Year Posted 2010
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