The Dog with the Crooked Smile
by Lewis Harper Wilson
There was a dog with a crooked smile.
Who lived in a crooked house, just down the crooked lane. Oh, about a crooked mile.
She jumped and leaped with her crooked smile, on her way to the crooked lake, where a crooked clock hung, next to a crooked gate.
Do you know the place?
It’s a place where you’re never late, and has a bicycle with a crooked basket and a crooked boat, next to a crooked gate.
Oh, she would run fast and jump and leap, on her way to the crooked lake. Even with her crooked smile, to get a piece of pumpkin crooked cake!
Because you’re never late, no you can’t be late, when you’re on a crooked boat on a crooked lake, with crumbs of pumpkin crooked cake left on an empty plate.
Have you seen her?
The dog that can run a crooked mile. Who lives on crooked court and has a crooked smile.
If you do, be sure to wave. Even if she is on a crooked lake, or in her crooked house, or next to the crooked gate.
Because you can expect as you pass her on a crooked trail to give you a broad crooked smile, and a wag of her perfectly crooked tail.
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