Alan Draper

The Battle Of Haste Stings

William is a frog
Harry a bulldog
Fight fight we have a fight
The prize is a princess tonight
Will has a special plan
Animal help in his caravan
A wasps nest brought over
All the way from Calais to Dover
The wasps released and they attack
Poor Harry is forced aback
A kiss for froggie he did not fail
Of course the sting was in the tail

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, February 23, 2014

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