The tigger

Created by Blackkaosrose on Saturday, March 14, 2009

The Tigger a parody or the poem Tyger by William Blake


Tigger! Tigger! The fun-maker

In the woods of the hundred Acre

What friendly rabbit or bear

Could jump as high in the air


On what lands, or trunks of trees

Ready you to bend your knees

On what winds did you fly?

What exclamation did you cry?


And what legs, and what tail

Could make you still higher sail

And when your paws touch the land

Whether grass, or whether sand


When it’s dark, when it’s day

In what garden did you play?

When it rains, when it’s sunny

You are still always funny


With that cheerful song you sing

And your rubber bottoms and tails of spring

If your greatness I could sum

I’d say I’m glad you’re the only one


Tigger! Tigger! The fun-maker

In the woods of the hundred Acre

What friendly rabbit or bear

Dare jump as high in the air

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