Little Loui Gets Away - Poem by Suzae Chevalier
LITTLE LOUI GETS AWAY
Little Loui in a car riding South,
head out the window, tongue hanging out.
Little did Loui know, Cop was at a stop and go.
Talking through the window the cop did say,
“Little Loui I will let you this time get away,
get away with a ticket this second time,
but next time you will have to pay a double fine.”
Now Little Loui’s owner named Betty did quite hear,
she knew Police Officer was talking very sincere.
Now Little Loui drives in a car seat,
he will be safe now when Cops are on the beat.
Written By Suzae Chevalier on November 25,2011
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