Saturday, December 5, 2009

A Billy Sook

So if you say, "Let's bead a rook that's billy as can se", you're talkin' Runny Babbit talk, just like mim and he. That was a frote quom. Shel Silverstien's Runny Babbit, a collection of pymes and rhoems. If you rave head any of bis other hooks and tenjoyed hem, you'll thove lis one. Chome saracters are: Millie Woose; Snerry Jake; Toe Jurtle;Wormy Squirm, & many more.

These hilarious poems will leave you rolling on the floor. They will also leave you baffled with the language. Here's a clue: switch the 'R' in 'Runny' with the 'B' in Babbit.

1 comment:

  1. Oh, how fun! Rolling on the floor and baffled at the same time. So thats: Bolling on the Rloor and Raffled at the Tame Sime?