A Woodpecker (a children's poem)

A woodpecker in a tree
Talking to you and me
Bobbing its head
In search of daily bread

Wouldn’t it fun to be
A woodpecker in a tree?
Bobbing away
Throughout every day

Hopping from tree to tree
Tapping tunes for you and me
I wonder what’s its name
Maybe he’s just playing a game

Another woodpecker in a tree
Just happens to be
Talking to you
I wonder what you’ll do

Two woodpeckers in a tree
Happy as they can be
Each bobbing their head
Maybe they’ll be wed

Baby woodpecker in a tree
Mom, Dad and you make three
Happy all the day
I love to watch you play



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