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by Jen
Rated: E · Poetry · Other · #1999905
children's poetry
Lady bug landed on my knee, elbow, and then my nose
Her color is red, with so many spots to see
Those are called dots, count 1, 2, and 3
Lady bug helps our garden grow and eats bad bugs
She brings you luck from up above
Don't fly away home just yet, bring more so I can catch
Her tiny wings and six black feet go marching on to bring home dinner for her little ones as a treat
In the spring I see only one, and then the next day more to come
Watch out aphid pests, you become a snack so that tiny lady bug can devour and that's that!
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