Harriet's Yummy Cream Doughnut(or donut)

A quirky rhyming poem that I added to a story called Emily's Wonderful Pie ( by Jane Cornish, nz)

Harriet ordered a cream doughnut for lunch, all spongey and creamy and fluffy to munch, all crispy and sugary and bakey to crunch. "It's what I love most in the world for my lunch!" she sighed, with her eye on the lunch.

Along came Emily with sad, longing look. "Can I have a bit of your doughnut for  lunch, all spongey and creamy and fluffy to munch, all crispy and sugary and bakey to crunch? Those people have gobbled my pie for my lunch," she said with her eye on the lunch. So Harrit said, "Okay, just a bit."

Here comes Zack with a lick of his lips. "Can I have a bit of your doughnut for lunch, all spongey and creamy and fluffy to munch, all crispy and sugary and bakey to crunch? I'm ever so hungry and I've lost all my lunch!" he said with his eye on the lunch. So Harriet said, "Okay, just a bit."

Eavesdropping before Miss Gray tiptoes near. "Look at the doughnut you've got for your lunch, all spongey and creamy and fluffy to munch, all crispy and sugary and bakey to crunch! I'll swap you egg sammies* in my box of lunch." So Harriet said, "Okay, just a bit."

Harriet looked at her yummy cream doughnut, all nibbled and nipped at, all guzzled and gulped, all chomped on and chewed at all devoured and licked."It's nearly all gone!" she wailed, "I've been tricked!"

Then Harriet said, "Look, Mary's got a hotdog for lunch..."        

*Sammies mean Sandwhiches                                                                             

The End

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