The Little House Goes Dancing

The Little House Goes Dancing by Carolina Sartor

The Little House Goes Dancing by Carolina Sartor

The little House decides to go dancing
She tells Dog Kennel what she plans
They discuss it for two minutes
Then agree to see a House Band

She boogies to those great old songs
She remembers from her youth
But her feet stay firmly on the ground
Except when The Drifters sing Up on the Roof

I’ll be Home for Christmas
Is her favourite song of course
And you can guess her favourite group
Jim Morrison’s The Doors

She knows she’s not too elegant
She is square and not so tall
Does it help me if I can put
Another Brick in the Wall

She wonders if when she grows up
She will look even bonnier
And perhaps be cute enough to meet
The Hotel California

She hopes one day to marry
Is Bungalow Bill the one
Who takes her on their honeymoon
In the House of the Rising Sun

About AnElephantCant

An artist/writer/poet combination whose blogs reflect an approach to life that celebrates nature and takes a tongue-in-cheek view of most issues. So you get rhymes and doodles, photographs and comment. Irreverent and irrelevant. Occasionally funny, sometimes serious, mostly pointless. https://anelephantcant.me/
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7 Responses to The Little House Goes Dancing

  1. Penny L Howe says:

    Thoroughly and completely wonderful! 🙂 xo

    Like

  2. emmylgant says:

    Laughing and tapping my feet!
    Pretty Little house walking down the street
    Saving the last dance for you
    AnElephant is light on his rhyme
    Funny every time

    Like

  3. lilyboat says:

    enchanting and very imaginative. Great poem!!!

    Like

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