## The 12 Days of Corgi ChristmasOn the first day of Christmas my corgi gave to mea tree rat in a maple tree. On the second day of Christmas my corgi gave to me two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the third day of Christmas my corgi gave to me three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the fourth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the fifth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the sixth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the seventh day of Christmas my corgi gave to me seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the eighth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me eight fraps round the house, seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the ninth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me nine puppies a leaping, eight fraps round the house, seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the tenth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me ten balls a bouncing, nine puppies a leaping, eight fraps round the house, seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the eleventh day of Christmas my corgi gave to me eleven dogs arooing, ten balls a bouncing, nine puppies a leaping, eight fraps round the house, seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. On the twelfth day of Christmas my corgi gave to me twelve barking frenzies, eleven dogs arooing, ten balls a bouncing, nine puppies a leaping, eight fraps round the house, seven pounds of dog hair, six defluffed toys, five slurpy kisses, four soggy balls, three long walkies, two chewed up socks and a tree rat in a maple tree. Sherylle and Dillon, the inspiration for this poem. 16.12.2012 |