Alan Alexander Milne Thought Poems

  • 1.
    There once was a Dormouse who lived in a bed
    Of delphiniums (blue) and geraniums (red),
    And all the day long he'd a wonderful view
    Of geraniums (red) and delphiniums (blue).
  • 2.
    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.
  • 3.
    When Anne and I go out a walk,
    We hold each other's hand and talk
    Of all the things we mean to do
    When Anne and I are forty-two.
  • 4.
    Of all the Knights in Appledore
    The wisest was Sir Thomas Tom.
    He multiplied as far as four,
    And knew what nine was taken from
  • 5.
    I found a little beetle; so that Beetle was his name,
    And I called him Alexander and he answered just the same.
    I put him in a match-box, and I kept him all the day ...
    And Nanny let my beetle out -
  • 6.
    I went into a house, and it wasn't a house,
    It has big steps and a great big hall;
    But it hasn't got a garden,
    A garden,
  • 7.
    A bear, however hard he tries,
    Grows tubby without exercise.
    Our Teddy Bear is short and fat,
    Which is not to be wondered at;
Total 7 Thought Poems by Alan Alexander Milne

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