Dorian Petersen Potter


SoSo The Clown Goes To The Circus (Rhyming Free Style poem)


SoSo the clown was indeed very happy
Folks he noticed were behaving more than sappy
And the reason was that a circus was coming to town
And people from all over the place were just coming down.

So So, SoSo, the clown just run quickly home
And was there that on his way he met a nice gnome
Now Gilbert the Gnome had been his best friend for so long
So So the Clown just took him home where he really with him belong.

Gilbert was a very kind and very compassionate gnome too
He was most the time content and almost never he got blue
Gilbert the Gnome asked So So, to take him and the circus join
SoSo, said to him of course you can come, and both, took off again.

When SoSo and Gilbert go there it was very late, almost night
They slid under one of the big tents and met a huge crowd, thats right!
And they did such a great job, just making folks laugh and have fun
So much so that, SoSo and Gilbert were awarded with honor for a job well done!

Submitted: Saturday, July 20, 2013
Edited: Monday, July 22, 2013

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Another children's poem.

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