I Caught A Little Rhyme (Children's Poem) - Poem by Ronald Chapman
Once upon a time.
I caught a little rhyme.
I set it on the table.
But it jumped from its cradle.
I chased it on my knees.
But it did flee.
I scooped it in my hand.
But it turned into a marching band.
I caught it by its horn.
But it turned into a rose thorn.
I followed it to school.
But it turned into a pool.
When, I fed it water.
It became taller.
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