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The Twisted Twisters

Twisted-twisters twist tongue,
Tongue twists twisted-twisters:
I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish,
But if you wish the wish the witch wishes
I won’t wish the wish you wish to wish.

Do I know the tale of a ragged robber:
Round and round the ragged rock,
The ragged robber ran.

Sea summons sea-shell seller, so
She sells sea shells on the sea shore.

I recall the thoughts of the thirty three thieves:
The thirty three thieves thought that,
They thrilled the throne throughout Thursday.

She shines shinily: where she sits_
She shines, and where she shines she sits.

Stu always chews shoes_
If stu chews shoes_should stu
Choose the shoes he chews?

Do I tell you to twist the tongue twisters;
Don’t let your tongue be twisted; but
Look out! Your tongue is twisting!!

Deepjyoti Roy
VIII B
Bhavan's Tripura Vidyamandir,
Agartala

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