The children

 They would canoodle
and swoodle
and oodle
and boodle
and cajole
and rumble
and fall
 
They’d get up
and they’d play
and dance
every which way
and entice
everyone
each
one and all
 
They would complain
when they’d
suffer some pain
and bruises
and oozes
and which
 
But they’d always
get well
cos they’re mother
would tell;
it’ll heal
on it’s own
with no stitch
 
They’d forever
be happy
and jolly
and flappy
and funny
and carefree
and young
 
for no matter
the weather
they’d always
be better
when they’d canoodle
and swoodle
and run.

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