The Boy on the Bicycle

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poem for kids
The Boy on the Bicycle 

The boy on the bicycle begins to sing,
And the bell on his bike goes ring-a-ding-ding!
He whizzes straight past, like an arrow in flight,
His legs working hard, he leans left and then right.
He sings, ‘Excuse me ladies, gentleman too,
You’re stuck in the traffic but I’m coming through.’
He passes us cycling so fast and so free,
The boy on the bicycle; I wish that were me!

By Claire Horseburgh 
weeklypoetry.com

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