Being Picky

You can pick a dandelion
And you can tell the time
You can pick forget-me-nots
And then recite the rhyme

You can smell the cow parsley
To tell if it will rain
Or You can pick some daisies
And make a daisy chain

But never pick a buttercup
Just leave it as you find
Someone who's lost a buttock
Will not be far behind.

About the Poem

A rather silly and only moderately rude poem which goes from utterly charming to distinctly odd in a single leap.

Category

Rude and Revolting

Rating

Not very rude

Style

Rhyming poem

Length

12 lines

Key Stage

KS2, KS3

Author

Patrick Winstaley

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