He lives in an old Victorian house. His very best friend is a little mouse. When the humans who live there are fast asleep, the two of them would gently creep into the library and way up high then climb the books that reached the sky! Wordsworth could read so very well so he’d pick a book, show mousy and tell Which adventure he’d like tonight And mousy agreed so they'd hold on tight. Wordsworth nibbled a bit off the cover now tonights adventure they'd soon discover The books let them inside with magical powers Down, right down amongst dragons and towers. It could be a fairytale or something quite funny Once they landed in Pooh’s jar of honey! Every night was something new. friends together on adventures these two. They'd get up to mischief all through the night But they soon came home as it began to get light. So if you see nibbles inside your book You’ll know where Wordsworth and Mousy snook.
Post by stacy (FINALLY back!) on Jul 7, 2009 3:00:45 GMT -5
Most think I'm silly, but I love reading childrens' stories as a way to relax, de-stress, and reconnect with my inner self. I just love them. Take me to the library and I will be one beside the children sitting on the beanbag chair reading Dr. Seuss, lol. Exalt, Kerry. This was brilliant
Post by Jamie~poetshare.forumotion.com on Jul 8, 2009 22:10:45 GMT -5
This was a lot of fun to read. I got a little Dr. Seuss and some Shel Silverstein out of it, quite the juxtaposition. Though I can't imagine letting them loose on the whole library as Foggy says. What a crime!! What adorable personality you give the charactes here as well. A joy to read!
I actuall started to write a childrens book about Wordsworth about 10 years ago. It was never finished of course, that just wouldn't be me lol ... but you never know. Thank you so much for the lovely comments, Kerry xx