Ken e Hall
A Little Boy, Gollynogs And The Hounds Of Nastypill - Poem by Ken e Hall
A four eyed spider was spinning a custard fly
Watching gollynogs hiding underneath an old mushroom pie,
Munching orange lollypops an’ singing to the moon
With little flowers laughing blooming yellow doom,
A little fuzzy bunny rabbit fell backwards down his den
As ten little ants jumped up to the count of every ten, .
The hounds of nastypill sniffing out hiding gollynogs
Thwarted by the rain and nasty frog filled bogs.
At last a kindy prince appears on his tiny rocking horse
Only five, with paper hat and wooden sword to save the day of course.
With a swish and a thrust of the sword the hounds of nastypill
Give a bark and a wimp and disappear over the horizon,
....................... of a make believe hill
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