Purple Slurple (Children) - Poem by C.J. Heck
Hey, let’s make a purple slurple.
It’s good, I can show you how.
I won’t spill like when I was little,
I’m six, I can make it now.
You can get out the glasses
and then add some lumps of ice.
I’ll get all the other stuff out.
Thanks for your help, you’re nice.
We’ll glug six times with 7-Up,
add four shakes of sugar on top,
then stir with a big wooden spoon
and mix it in with the soda pop.
Then we’ll add the grape juice.
That’s what makes the slurple purple.
But be careful when you drink, go slow,
or your tummy makes a GREAT BIG burple!
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