Monday, 8 November 2010

Best Friends - Monday's Child # 20

Monday's Child prompt for children's poetry or verse

When Harriet Mouse came round for tea
she had a cold it was plain to see.
They'd been friends for years these two little mice
and their tea times together were always so nice.
When the time finally came for goodbye to be said
Molly Mouse told her friend "Now you get right to bed!"
So dear Harriet took herself home for a rest
as Molly always knew what to do for the best.
When next tea time came Harriets snuffles were gone
and they ate and they chattered until well after one.
They had shared so much all over the years
that when Molly sneezed they giggled till tears.
It seemed only right they should share the cold too
as very best friends, well what else would they do?


Susannah said...

I love it!
These are always such a delight to read aloud and I always end up smiling after reading your verses for Mondays child. Wonderful. :-)

Carrie Burtt said...

Deborah this is absolutely darling! I love every line....and best friends do seem to share the cold as well! :-)

signed...bkm said...

What good friends these two mice Harriet and Molly...sharing stories, tea and even their sniffles....what a wonderful write on the prompt...thank you for Monday's Child...bkm

Nessa said...

That was so cute. Friends do share everything.

Anonymous said...

Sharing EVERYTHING, that's what friendship is all about :).
Can almost hear the two giggling over harmless little secrets.

Deborah said...

Thank you everso much for your comments x

Rashmi said...

your poem is wonderful..
just as always you have said it beautifully ..
It seemed only right they should share the cold tooas very best friends, well what else would they do?

Jinksy said...

I'm all for sharing, but I hope to steer clear when it comes to colds!:)

tess said...

Absolutely charming. I admire your gift for story telling. Rings true and clear.

Deborah said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and for your comments x :o)