I once saw a mouse
Upon a doll’s house Sniffing and twitching his nose I asked how he was And he looked right across And said, not too bad I suppose
I asked, Are you waiting
For someone or thing He sighed, no I’m lost And it’s a fine ding-a-ling
I asked, can I help or show you the way
Where were you headed or going today He said I don’t know for I’m really quite small I thought I’d remember but I just can’t recall
He started to sniffle
Then started to cry I said now don’t get upset I’m not, I’ve something in my eye!
I gave him a hankie
See if this helps He wiped his face Blew his nose and yelped!
I asked, what’s wrong now
Have you hurt your nose? No he replied I’ve just stubbed my toes
He shuddered and trembled
And gave a great sneeze He cried I’ve remembered I was going for some cheese
He thanked me and said
I must be on my way The shop will soon close It’s Wednesday; half day
He scuttled away
With his tail close behind I thought, well how strange It’ll play on my mind
That hankie was a gift
From my great uncle Bob That rascal just took it Without even a nod
Written on August 2009
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