(679) Fingers In The Pie (Children’s Poem) Poem by Melvina Germain

(679) Fingers In The Pie (Children’s Poem)

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Sitting on a windows ledge
on a warm summers day,
sat a pie waiting to cool
before the break of noon.
Along came little Kelly
with a sniffer oh so keen.
He followed the scent
oh heavenly bent,
a pie found on the scene.
He looked all around and
only saw the ground.
Thinking he was in the clear
he took his finger and tasted that pie,
Ummm, ummm, ummm my my.
Along came old Mrs. Frye,
why she picked up the broom
and paddled his tush.
Kelly didn’t care he took his blows.
Grabbed that pie now everyone knows
Kelly stole a pie from old Mrs. Frye.

Cheryl Lynn Moyer-peele 01 September 2007

Melvina - Do to the lack of control of my ex-husband and sons, I attempted to patent a locking left-over container. Alas, much too expensive to produce. Pies will continue to be unprotected loot. Loved this poem! xxxxxCheryl

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Andrew mark Wilkinson 01 September 2007

Mel you took me back with this one, to my mum's cooking... Boy could she make apple pie, guess who was always getting chased out of the kitchen...: -)

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Melvina Germain

Melvina Germain

Sydney, Nova Scotia
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