ICE CREAM MAN

by AKSHAT PRAKASH
(DELHI,INDIA)

Ring-Tring Ring-Tring goes the bell!
The ice cream man says "ice cream", "ice cream" as well
Market to market, place to place, goes the ice cream man,
He goes to the market to sell ice cream everywhere.

Strawberry, chocolate and even vanilla,
he has them all to sell.
He sings a song to sell his ice cream
and keeps them in a box of ice to preserve them well.

"Give me mango", "give me vanilla", the children tell the ice cream man.

When he is left with no more ice cream to sell,
he returns home with his ice box and bell.
He cleans the box and checks his bell,
And gets ready for the next day as well,

Ring-Tring Ring-Tring goes the bell!

Ring-Tring Ring-Tring goes the bell!



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Aug 15, 2011
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cute poem
by: McCollonough Ceili

that captures the innocents and found memories of the Ice Cream Man had how to children his treats are treasures.

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