Pancake Poems

Daddy made a pancake,

He tossed it in the air,

And now I’ve got a very thin

Round cushion on my chair.

 

Mummy made a pancake,

She cooked it nice and flat,

But then she tossed it in the air

And now she’s got a hat.

 

My brother made a pancake,

It gave him quite a thrill.

He made it several years ago;

It’s on the ceiling still.

 

Then Granny made a pancake,

It was a tricky job,

But when she tossed it in the air

It landed in my gob.

 

So…

Pancakes, pancakes,

Have them like my Gran makes,

Stir them, whirr them, fry them, try them,

Hurry up, be quick!

Pancakes, pancakes,

Have them like my Gran makes,

Can’t be beaten – can be eaten!

Oops, I’m feeling sick.

 

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