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Melvin the Mummy

A Mummy Poem for Kids

From the book The Armpit of Doom

Melvin the mummy, who lived near the Nile,
had worked as a mummy for more than a while,
for mummies can go their entire careers
without a vacation for thousands of years.

He guarded the pyramids day after day
to frighten the burglars and bandits away,
which meant, as he stood watching over the pharaohs,
he often got shot at with bullets and arrows.

His job was so stressful, the pay was so poor,
but, still, Melvin stayed and protected the door.
Until he got sick of his sad situation
and knew that he needed to take a vacation.

His crypt was so dark and so cold and so clammy,
he packed up his swimsuit and flew to Miami.
He thought he would stay there for just a few days,
enjoying the beach and absorbing some rays.

But, sadly, poor Melvin would never return,
and this is a lesson all mummies should learn:
Don't take any trips or, like Melvin, you'll find
vacations make mummies relax and unwind.

--Kenn Nesbitt

 


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On Jul 7, 2014 batman from singapore wrote:
i love this poem
On Mar 21, 2014 none from none wrote:
HA HA like
On Nov 23, 2013 Frida from united states of america wrote:
ha,ha,ha
On Aug 20, 2013 Derek from America (california) wrote:
I want my mummy! Very good!
On Apr 24, 2013 william from england wrote:
so funny i luv it!

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