I’ve got all these words in my head, that are actually pictures, but due to my lack of skill with a pencil, it comes out in words instead.
I wish I could draw a proper Belly-button fluff monster.
Lots of parents tell you,
How its important to be clean,
To wash your face, and brush your teeth,
And make your long hair gleam.
But theres other things you need to do,
Some folks forget this stuff.
But its vitally important,
To get rid of belly fluff.
With teeth you could get cavities,
Or smelly breath at least,
But with belly buttons left unchecked,
You could get a belly fluff beast!
I knew a little girl,
With hair like golden honey,
Who’s belly button filled with fluff,
It really wasn’t funny.
Her Mummy looked, one afternoon,
And saw fluff all dark and black,
She peered a little closer,
And something peered right back.
Her Mummy was a little shocked,
And put her arms over her head.
The belly button beast jumped up,
And ran under the bed.
So they crouched under the bed,
And tried to call and shout,
But no amount of coaxing,
Could draw the small beast out.
Her mummy got the hoover,
Because the best that she could figure,
Was she’d hoover up the little beast,
But, it only made it bigger.
The beast ate up the hoover dust,
And with a dance and twirl,
It gave a grin, and turned around,
then ate up the girl!
The mummy shrieked and ran away,
But the monster looked quite green.
He’d forgotten that this little girl,
Was rarely very clean.
He spat her out and ran down stairs,
(she didn’t find it funny),
And with a chomp (and a gulp or two) ,
The beast ate up her mummy.
The moral of this story,
Is always clean your tummy!
Because if you don’t, the fluffy bits,
Could maybe eat your mummy!
But worry not, this tale ends well,
The monster turned quite green,
For the Mummy also had forgot,
To keep her tummy clean!