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Thu, 03 Nov 2011
Hello here I am back again after a wonderful holiday in South Korea, I recommend it to everyone, brilliant. xxx Seligor.


RHYTHM AND RHYMES
ESPECIALLY FOR YOU

Pot
calling the kettle black

The Pot Calling the Kettle Black

"Bubble!" said the pot to the dancing kettle
(Who was in fine fettle)
"You are black as soot!"

"Pouffe!" said the kettle to the jiggety pot
(Who was feeling hot)
"You are black as a beetle!"

"Bubble. ubble, ubble," said the pot in wrath
With his voice full of broth
"I will get you into trouble."

"Fiddle, diddle, diddle," said the kettle in a rage
(He was old for his age)
"You have soup down your middle!"

"Fuss, fuss, fuss," gissed the pot on the fire
Boiling higher and higher,
"You're spitting like the puss!"

"I'll make you behave," said the kettle from above
As he spat from the stove
"You're a rogue and a knave!"

"Bother, bother, bother," said the cook running in,
"What a fuss, what a din,
"You're as black as each other!"

Pot
calling the kettle black

This little verse was writen by Anne Pauline Clarke was born in Kirkby-in-Ashfield in Nottinghamshire in 1921. She attended schools in London and Colchester. Until 1943 she studied English at Somerville College, Oxford, then worked as a journalist and wrote for children's magazines. Between 1948 and 1972 she wrote books for children.  Her best-known work is The Twelve and the Genii which won the Carnegie Medal in 1962 and the Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis in 1968.
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