Murtle The Fat Turtle - Poem by Mimie Durand
There once was a Turtle
Her name was Murtle
She got so fat
Couldn’t wear a hat
So now, she wears a girdle.
She’s not only fat; she’s round
Eats candy by the pound
Choked on a candy stick
Got sick and threw a fit
And now, she can’t make a sound.
No longer can she have candy
Which makes her extremely angy,
She's so hungry, her tummy sings,
Will wait to see, what tomorrow brings
She hopes to be fine and dandy.
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