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Mr. Hoozle and Woozle and Whey

By David Yarbrough

Copyright 2013 David Yarbrough

Smashwords Edition

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Mr Hoozle and Woozle and Whey is a work of fiction. Names, characters, and places are either the product of the author's imagination or used fictitiously. Any resemblance to local persons, living or dead is entirely coincidental.

Mr. Hoozle and Woozle and Whey,
Decided to take a trip one day.
"Let's go on a trip to where we are going, leaving from where we've been."
They packed up their bags,
Tied them with string,
Walked down the road and they started to sing,
"We're on a trip to where we are going, leaving from where we have been."

They walked and they walked.
They talked and they talked.
They laughed and they cried,
Sometimes they would sigh,
And they hoped they would find a place on their trip that they could call home.

Mr. Hoozle and Woozle and Whey,
While walking along on their trip one day,
Came upon a beautiful flower.
Mr. Hoozle said, "Well, look at this.
Have you ever seen such a delicate thing?
It's stem looks strong, but it waves in the breeze,
And the petals, you see,
Are as soft as you please.
Oh, hold this to your nose, what a wonderful smell.
And the color is so pretty,
This is home, I can tell."

"No, Mr. Hoozle," said Woozle and Whey,
"The flower is pretty, if you like, you can stay.
But we really don't think we have found home today."
Mr. Hoozle agreed, and said with a smile,
"Wherever we go, wherever we roam,
I hope there are flowers,
In the place we call home."
Then they kept right on walking.
They walked on their trip to where they were going
And leaving behind the places they had been.

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