Saturday, 16 May 2009

More Antics

Hideaway

Percy Pig liked to hide in a wallow
with more mud than a Hippo could swallow,
for he knew he'd be free
from both you and from and me,
for none but the bravest would follow.

21 comments:

  1. This is cute or clever or both. Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

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  2. I kinda get Percy. I've been there before...suuuueeeyyy!

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  3. Hahah funny! Im sorry about my text in my blog.It looked good to me so I have left it there.I do wear glasses for reading though,LOL

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  4. I perceive that you are entering a new phase in your poetry career. Here's hoping it will pass without incident.

    Or perhaps you'll be the new Dr. Seuss.

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  5. I should think Percy is pretty safe at the moment with Swine flu around as well as all that mud, glorious mud.

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  6. Delightful! Love Percy! Love your Poetry! ~Janine XO

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  7. These little animal rhymes are wonderful.
    And so is your Sunday Roast at David's. Congratulations - a great roasting! ;0)

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  8. Nufnuf and Tumtum had a good laugh ;-)

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  9. Love these little short poems. Have a nice week-end.

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  10. I am going to make sure my grandson reads this one...he is loving these Jinksy!
    And i am thrilled to help him look up all the words he doesn't know!

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  11. hehe! I'll get my daughter to read t his one!

    Breeze

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  12. Jinksy, congratulations on featuring in David's sunday roast. Not literally but literary of course. Great interview, very you! And finally we know the history of 'napple notes'.
    Have a great sunday sweet Jinksy. Hope you get lots of fanmail ;-)

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  13. Hi Jinsky Just read David's Sunday Roast of napple notes. Glad I did! This is a real fun poem or limerick; truly brightened up my day! I'll explore more later :)

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  14. I have a feeling you might follow Percy Pig into the wallow. Just so you'd have another verse to write!

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  15. I always wondered what napple meant... I always thought it was some weird English slang!

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  16. Hey, Congrats! I saw you 'roast' at Authorblog! :)

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  17. Congratulations on Sunday Roast! Good to learn more about you from David's Blog.
    For a long time I read *Nappie Notes* instead of *Napple* !
    Love your little rhymes.

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  18. What a fun rhyme. I love pigs, they had some piglets at the zoo, they are so cute with their wiggly tails! And they just love the mud.

    I enjoyed your interview too. Oft wondered what Napple Notes meant!

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  19. That would make a lovely poem with a nice illustration in a children's book! Maybe we all need to band together to get published as some sort of a collective? :)

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