Nov 19, 2010

Jack and Jill


Jack and Jill,
Sat on the sill,
Eating bread and honey.
He cracked a joke,
Gave her a poke,
She thought that was so funny.

Jack and Jill
In song they trilled
Their dads had loads of money.
A hop and a skip,
Around the world trip,
They tanned on beaches sunny.


Jack and Jill,
In denim and frill,
Were like a hare and bunny.
They never did much, 
Their story was such,
That's the magic of money!



This has been written for the Z-A in 26 days Challenge at 'I Rhyme Without Reason' 


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