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The Waddily Poddily - A Children's Poem

The Waddily Poddily

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Verse 1

There is a Waddily Poddily living at the bottom of our street,

The nicest Poddily Waddily that you could ever meet.

He waddles and he poddles using his big floppy feet,

There is a Waddily Poddily living at the bottom of our street,

Verse 2

Now the Poddily Waddily is cuddly but really rather small,

But he can stretch his arms ten feet high to make himself look tall.

With his colourful coat and bowler hat, he always looks so neat,

Waddily Poddily is hard to say so we like to call him Pete.

Verse 3

His big green eyes smile at you. It’s his way of saying hello,

His floppy ears flop about in the wind, the rain, and the snow.

Though poddiling and waddiling he walks with graceful style,

His happy cheery rubbery face always greets you with a smile.

Verse 4

He always says good morning with a tipping of his hat,

Sometimes stopping to pass the time of day with a little chat.

He likes to talk about the weather and the time he lost his hat,

We always laugh together about the day it was taken by a cat

Verse 5

He likes to curl himself into a ball and roll right down our street,

If you laugh and ask him nicely, it’s a trick he will repeat.

He also likes to stretch his stretchy arms and swing from a tree,

Spinning round and up and down an amazing sight, you must agree.

Verse 6

He doesn’t have to dress up when we trick or treat,

Everyone that sees him thinks he is adorable and sweet.

Even though he likes to fill his mouth with all that, he can eat,

A nice big red juicy apple well that’s his favourite treat.

Verse 7

There is a Waddily Poddily living at the bottom of our street,

The nicest Poddily Waddily that you could ever meet.

He waddles and he poddles using his big floppy feet,

It’s lovely having a Waddily Poddily living in our street,

© 2018 Brian OldWolf

Comments

Brian OldWolf (author) from Troon on December 04, 2018:

Thanks John for your kind words

John Hansen from Queensland Australia on December 04, 2018:

A fun poem for children. Thanks for sharing.