Diddily Dee Dot's Dreamland for Children Everywhere
Sat, 12 Dec 2009
Ayliyah has decided to bring you one of her favourite winter rhymes|
Ho ! for a frolic !
said Johnny the stout;
"There's coasting and
sledding: I'm going out !"
Johnny plunged in the snow
When there came a
complaint up from his toe.
said the toe, "I and the rest;
There are ten of
us freezing, standing abreast."
spoke the ear: "My ! but it's labour
winter. Eh, opposite neighbour ?"
said the nose, angry and red ,
"Who wants to
tingle ? Go home to bed !"
fingers, four to a thumb,
cried together, "Johnny, we're numb !"
Johnny was stout wouldn't listen a minute;
a snow-bank but Johnny was in it.
and jumping, shouting with glee,
snow-drifts up to his knee,
Soon he forgot them,
fingers and toes,
Never once heeded the ear and
Ah, what a frolic ! All in a
Johnny grew warmer out in the
Often his breathing came with a joke
"Blaze away, Johnny ! I'll do the
"And I'll do the fire," said Johnny
"Fun is the fuel for driving off cold.
SUCH FUN THIS CHRISTMAS FOR
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