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The Three Little Pigs
Lucy, Age 10, Landulph, Cornwall, England

                     

As Wolfie took one big deep breath,
Piggie number 1 felt so close to death,
He silently crept out of the little house,
Trying to be as quiet as a mouse,
Then he ran, ran, ran away,
As he said goodbye to his little house of hay.

He ran to his brother's,
For he couldn’t go to his mother's,
Knock, knock, knock,
“Undo the lock”
As soon as he got in,
They heard a rolling of the bin.

The wolf was back, back again

Once again Wolfie took one deep breath,
The two piggies felt so close to death,
They then slipped out of the little house,
Moving like a little wood-louse,
Pigs and wolves are not a good mix,
They then said goodbye to the little house of sticks.

They ran to their brother's,
There was no room at their mother's,
Knock, knock, knock,
“Undo the lock”
As soon as they closed the door,
They heard a tremendous roar.

The wolf was back, back again.

Piggie number 3 cried out in fear
“I think I have a fabulous idea!”
With no time to waste he unlocked the bolt
Revealing a gigantic catapult
With a huff and a puff the piggies three
Pulled and heaved, then let it free
“Hee, hee, weeeeee!”

It hit old wolfie in the chest
And sent him flying to his rest
Oh poor wolfie you’re at an end
If only you’d listened again and again
For if you’d heard old uncle Reggie
You would’ve learnt life is safer being a veggie!
 

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