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Little Red Riding Hood


Claire Findlay

Little Red Riding Hood drove a car

Up to see her poor ill grand mamma

Suddenly behind a big oak tree

A large grey wolf laughed he he he

Little Red Riding Hood began to sing

When the big grey wolf came out with a ping

The big grey wolf thought this was his lunch

Until little Red Riding Hood gave him a punch

Little Red Riding Hood got back in her car

While the wolf raced on to her grand mamma

The big grey wolf knocked on the door

And gobbled up grandma so she was no more

Little Red Riding Hood couldn’t believe her eyes

When she saw the wolf dressed up in disguise

Little Red Riding Hood fetched a big nutter

Otherwise known as Jack the Wood Cutter

He opened the wolf up in one easy slice

And grand mamma came out and said "oh how nice"

This is where I leave you to ponder

What ever happened to the wolf, I wonder?


(Editor's note - Claire Findlay was age 11 at the time of writing)

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