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Down Behind The Dustbin
(7 May 1946 / Harrow, London)

Down Behind The Dustbin

Poem By Michael Rosen

Down behind the dustbin
I met a dog called Ted.
‘Leave me alone,’ he says,
‘I’m just going to bed.’
Down behind the dustbin
I met a dog called Roger.
‘Do you own this bin?’ I said.
‘No. I’m only a lodger.’
Down behind the dustbin
I met a dog called Sue.
‘What are you doing here?’ I said.
‘I’ve got nothing else to do.’

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cool poem i like it yyyyaaaaassss
Hi, I am a ten year old kid. I love poems so this one was awesome. Everyone should be able to read Keira foreman
Ted, Roger and Sue miserly live beside the dustbin! ! ! ////////
I met a dog called Roger. ‘Do you own this bin? ’ I said. ‘No. I’m only a lodger.’ Down behind the dustbin I met a dog called Sue. ‘What are you doing here? ’ I said. ‘I’ve got nothing else to do.’ wonderful great 10++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
I love this poem and i lived with this it gives peace to my soul


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