Troll Hole

Once upon a time there lived a troll who owned a hole.

The poor troll’s hole was a small section of the driveway and looked like charcoal.

Three little kids continually rode their bikes and scooters through the hole with no control.

This forced the troll to man the hole like she was on patrol.

Every so often while out for a stroll, the troll would catch a kid in her hole.

For each capture, the troll requested a kiss for the child to be out on parole.

Over the years, these kids and the troll loved this game with all their heart and soul.

**True story. I can’t remember how Troll Hole originated, but the aforementioned Troll brings us hours of fun and is a legend in our house.

8 responses to “Troll Hole”

  1. This made me smile. I needed that today. Love the rhyme and playfulness.

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  2. Lisa-Beth Lovero Avatar
    Lisa-Beth Lovero

    The troll who owns the hole needs a vole and mole
    to keep her company and help console
    when things go awry or there’s justice to dole
    Love the poem!

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  3. It is a fun poem and such a sweet slice. I would love to know more about this legend.

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  4. I love this! Reminds me of some of the games my siblings and I played growing up!

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  5. What a fun “legend!” I can just hear the giggles and playful interactions. The poetic nature of your slice made it light-hearted and fun to read. Entertaining!

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  6. Laughed out loud! Loved the playful rhyme and figuring out what you were really writing about…so fun!

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