Easter Eggs - Poem by sylvia spencer
Buy me an Easter Egg with bunnies all around
I think you can buy them for less than a pound.
Buy me one in a basket, with a bow on top
they sell them like that, in the corner shop.
They also have one, that's in a lucky number draw;
well the chances of winning that, is really quite a bore.
Buy me an Easter Egg of chocolate white
so it won't stain the bed clothes when I eat it at night.
I love all those eggs wrapped in ribbons and bows;
they're all in the shops stacked in rows and rows.
If I am given an Easter Egg with nuts to crunch,
if I can't eat it at breakfast, then I'll have it for my lunch.
Buy me an Easter Egg, I am saying 'pretty please'
I am so desprate, I'm going down on my knees.
Buy me an Easter Egg; now I am telling you what too do
then that will prove to me that your love is really true.
Please buy me an Easter Egg before it gets to late
because if you don't buy it now, it will pass it's sell by date.
'Here you are my darling, take it with a kind regard,
I can't spare the cash so take my credit card!
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