My Dream

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From the book A Nonsense Anthology

My Dream poem by Anonymous

I dreamed a dream next Tuesday week,
Beneath the apple-trees;
I thought my eyes were big pork-pies,
And my nose was Stilton cheese.
The clock struck twenty minutes to six,
When a frog sat on my knee;
I asked him to lend me eighteenpence,
But he borrowed a shilling of me.

 — Anonymous

 


From the Book A Nonsense Anthology