Our Complete Nonsense
Collection of Poems and stories by Stuart Macfarlane.
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Tomorrow is my birthday,
And I’ll be forty-four,
But I have an awful secret,
Never told before.
When I was only nine or ten,
And only half my height,
I put a frog in my sister’s bed,
Which gave her such a fright.
I never told a single soul,
In case I got a chiding,
So keep my awful secret please,
‘Cos, even now, I’m still in hiding!
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