Children's Poems and Rhyming Story Running Scared by Jean Hinton - Children's Stories Net

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This is a story about a wolf who thought he was smart, but he wasn't as smart as the pigs he thought he was going to eat.
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One day a pig went walking, when who should pass him by;
But a mean old hungry wolf, with a twinkle in his eye.
In a while another pig came along that way,
The wolf began to drool, this was his lucky day!
The bad old wolf grinned gleefully, fate was being kind;
Another porky piggy came running up behind.
Lots more pigs caught up with them, the wolf was now astounded;
He didn't seem to realise they all had him surrounded.
The hungry wolf thought it time to make a porky pie,
When the biggest piggy turned around and looked him in the eye.
"We had better eat you now, before you get much thinner.
Even though you're hairy, you'll make a tasty dinner!"
The wolf began to tremble, to quiver and to shake;
These piggies planned to eat him, a rare delicious steak.
He ran as fast as he could go, the piggies chasing after;
When the wolf was out of sight, they all rolled round in laughter.
What a funny trick to play, to give a wolf a fright;
Poor old hungry wolf, he never got a bite.

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