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Penny

Penny
Poem
Lionel Derbyshire

Penny I remember
When nothing Daddy had
Mummy never took
It for granted
But still bought candy
The beetle sweet nut
A delightful suck
And hard to crack
It filled my hunger tummy
Timmy said it was yummy
He had no money
I shared him a penny
He left for out country
Found a penny 
Made jingle bells
Got married and had plenty
Penny memory
Mummy and daddy loved me
When times were empty
And money not too many
We shared our little
That made Timmy very happy
He married Penelope
With our penny








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