Summer Poems

I Think I Need A Wee-Wee
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘But we’ve just got in the car.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘But we haven’t travelled far.’
‘‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘But we haven’t left our road.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘I ‘We’re still in our post-code.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘But we’ve only gone a mile.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘Can’t you just hang on a while
?’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘Another one already?
‘I think he needs a wee-wee now.’
‘Surely not your Teddy.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘Can’t you just hang on?’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘We won’t be very long.’
‘I think I need a wee-wee.’
‘I’m stopping here for you.’
‘I think I’ve done a wee-wee,
and maybe done a poo!’

 

There Once Was A Deckchair
There once was a deckchair called Joan,
who cried as she was all alone.
No-one sat down
on her stripy beach gown,
so she caught the next bus and went home.

 

Ouch!
My Mum stood on a jellyfish,
and both of them were bitter.
Each threatened to unfollow,
the other one on Twitter!

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