Rhymetime

Written by Susan Noyes Anderson on . Posted in Children's Poems

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©1995 Susan Noyes Anderson, Lollipops

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Sometimes when no one else can play
I make up silly rhymes to say,
like pink ink stinks and bugs hug rugs
and thugs lug buggy rugs away.
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If flies buy pies and guys fly by,
what kind of world does that imply?
Would nine swine dine on porcupine
to stick a needle in their sty?

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If bees’ knees freeze, then what of fleas?
Do fleas’ knees freeze as much as bees’?
How high the sky? Can dry eyes cry?
My head is buzzing. Tell me, please.

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Once I begin, I must admit
it takes a bit of grit to quit.
That’s why I play rhymetime until
my mother has a fit. That’s it.

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