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Doubbledoon by Leroy F. Jackson









Doubbledoon
by Leroy F. Jackson

Bobbin rode a rocking-horse
'Way down to Doubbledoon,
He told his little sister
He'd be back that afternoon.
But maybe after all she didn't
Understand him right,
For he wasn't back again
Till the middle of the night.

And what did little Bobbin see
'Way down at Doubbledoon?
He saw a crazy Arab
Throwing bubbles at the moon,
A monkey making faces
And a rabbit in a rage,
A parrot shouting "Murder!"
From the ceiling of his cage.

At last a yellow jumping-jack,
A camel, and a coon,
Chased poor little Bobbin
All the way from Doubbledoon.