Children's Poems and Rhyming Story The Pole And The Hole by Tim Collings - Children's Stories Net

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The Pole And The Hole
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Nonsense rhyme about George finding a pole that goes through a hole.

George likes to sweep with his broom
Hes been given the task of sweeping a room
In this room there is a very strange pole
That seems to go down through a hole
And down to the next floor one would assume.
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So George really wanted to know
What was beneath and should he have a go
So he straddled the pole and slid down through the hole
And ended up in the room down below.
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The room down below had some chairs
But in the corner George noticed some stairs
George climbed down the steps and into the depths
Of a room that was home to some bears.
Looking around George luckily saw
A dark shape that resembled a door
So while the bears slept on tip toe George crept
While the bears continued to snore.
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George opened the door only to find
A clown who was awfully kind
The clown showed George a pole that went through a hole
George said thank you and hoped the clown didn`t mind.
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So George straddled the pole once more
And slid down to the very next floor
Then in disbelief and a certain amount of relief
George found himself back where he started before.
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The End
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