Emillie DeVere

Rookie (Lublin, Poland)

Sleepy Little Elf - Poem by Emillie DeVere

Sleepy little elf
Crept into a hollow
Worried of its health
Asked a bee to borrow:
A patch of honey for supper
A few drops of dew to drink
And a blanket from Ms. Bubblepink

Sleepy little elf
Rolled into a blanket
Wrapped up little self
As my mom a pancake

Sleepy little elf
Watched the stars peek shyly
Up above, so far away
Then the moon winked kindly
Off to sleep went little elf,
In a warm and smelly cave

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 11, 2009



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