Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Two kids from Dollerup

There was a young girl called Amy
Who stayed in whenever it was rainy
Her dawdling pace
Left her last in the race
But her hair always looked starry

There was a young boy called Andrew
Who liked to be front of the queue
He never was idle
Upto girls he did sidle
But Amy always made him stew

One day on a walk back from school
Amy said Andrew was cool
He couldn't believe it
He thought she was right fit
Over the school they would now rule

A month on and the pair did break up
"Your nagging has got to stop"
Andrew did say
So Amy sent him away
That's the tale of two kids from Dollerup


The three word Wednesday immediately made me think of limericks and it turned into a story of teenage romance.


Mary said...

Lesson is, I think, young love does not always last.

Sheilagh Lee said...

young love is so fickle

Robyn Greenhouse said...

Even though I used these words in a different way, my original thought was a poem about love also!

J Cosmo Newbery said...

Well, if he would just do what she asked, she wouldn't have to nag. It's his own fault!