Alan Alexander Milne Brown Poems

  • 1.
    Tattoo was the mother of Pinkle Purr,
    A little black nothing of feet and fur;
    And by-and-by, when his eyes came through,
    He saw his mother, the big Tattoo.
  • 2.
    I had a penny,
    A bright new penny,
    I took my penny
    To the market square.
  • 3.
    Has anybody seen my mouse?

    I opened his box for half a minute,
    Just to make sure he was really in it,
  • 4.

  • 5.
    I met a Man as I went walking:
    We got talking,
    Man and I.
    'Where are you going to, Man?' I said
  • 6.
    Lords of the Nursery
    Wait in a row,
    Five on the high wall,
    And four on the low;
Total 6 Brown Poems by Alan Alexander Milne

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