Diddily Dee Dot's Dreamland for Children Everywhere
Sun, 22 Feb 2009
Diddily presents a wonderful alphabet as written by the wonderful Edward Lear, to read it all go to diddilydeedotsdreamland
A. was an ant who seldom stood
And who made a nice house in the
side of a hill.
B. was a book with a binding of
blueC. was a cat, who ran after a
And pictures and stories for me and
courage did fail when she seized on his
c! Crafty old Cat!
D. was a duck with spots
on his backE. was an elephant, stately and
in the water and always said, quack!
d! Dear little
He had tusks and a trunk, and two queer
e! O what
F. was a fish, who caught
in a net,G. was a goat who was spotted with brown
But he got out again, and is quiet
f! Lively young
When he did not lie still, he walked up and
g! Good little
H. was a hat
which was all on one side,I. was some ice so white and so
Its crown was too
high and its brim was too wide.
O! what a Hat!
But which nobody tasted, and so it
i! All that good
J. was a
jack-daw who hopped up and down
In the principal
street of a neighbouring town.
K. was a kite which flew out of
Above houses so high quite into the
k! Fly away,
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