Children's Poems and Rhyming Story Silly Sally by Tina Fitzpatrick - Children's Stories Net


 
 
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Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to open your eyes.
But I was not ready and grabbed hold of teddy.
I don't want to! my sad face said.
Please let me stay in bed!
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to pick out some clothes.
It was such a chore to search in the drawer.
I don't want to! I flatly refused.
I'm tired and I'm very confused.
 
Come on Sally! Don't dilly-dally!
It is time to eat your breakfast.
Oats, toast and my favourite juice
but still my bottom lip hung loose.
I don't want to! I said with my arms in a knot.
And why is my porridge always so hot?
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to wash your face.
I got soap in my eye and I started to cry.
I don't want to! I said with a shrug.
Mom gave me a really big hug.
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to clean your teeth.
I was very red-faced trying to squeeze out the paste.
I don't want to! I said full of sorrow.
Can I just do them tomorrow?
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to put on your coat.
Mom tickled my chin but I still would not grin.
I don't want to! I said with a pout.
Why do we have to go out?
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to head into town.
I went through the door stamping hard on the floor.
I don't want to! I loudly complained.
And nobody told me it rained!
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to hop on the bus.
I caused quiet a din! I would not get in!
I don't want to! I said dragging my feet.
As Mom lifted me onto the seat.
 
Come on Sally! don't dilly-dally!
It's time to see Doctor Ben.
I was all teary-eyed and I wanted to hide.
I don't want to I said with a yelp.
Silly Sally! he just wants to help!
 
Then, I looked at Mom and she looked at me
as he pulled a big splinter out of my knee.
He said I was a very brave child
No more climbing that fence! he smiled.
I don't want to! my happy face said.
Now I'm glad I got out of bed!
 
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