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Sophia Drinks the Tub

by Casper Tales 4 months ago in childrens poetry · updated 4 months ago
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by Daddy

Little Bear in Big Waters

Daddy draws a bath for Sophia,

But Sophia drinks the whole tub dry!

She drinks herself full.

Legs crossed, and I think you know why.

Plus she drank all the water,

So she couldn’t wash her hair.

An owl decides to make

Its little nest up there.

Sophia decides

She will have a bath after all.

Clean as a whistle!

But, what about the owl?

It goes off

To live in a tree,

And everyone is, from then on

Fur ever family.

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Casper Tales

Age: 36

Insurance broker by day, library owl by night. Avid writer, proud father, devoted husband, and novice chess player. B.Sc. from Queen's University.

Currently living in Alberta with my wife and two children.

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