“I” is for Itsy-Bitsy
The tale of the old spider, has been told a million times. Getting washed out in the rain, as told in nursery rhymes.
The itsy – bitsy bikini, that the lady wore, was a fun tune that people used to dance to on the floor.
When Horton heard the cry for help, it came from a small flower. The itsy-bitsy little speck with a voice that did overpower.
Itsy-bitsy has more strength, more than a moving train. For itsy -bitsy didn’t quit, he went up the spout again.
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