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Circus Theme



The circus is our theme for this month; we think it is a dilly;

Both circuses and little boys can sometimes be quite silly.

Den leaders find it a natural to do this kind of show.

They run a three-ring circus every single week, you know.

At a circus there is shouting, roaring, stamping, whistles tooting;

Tumbling, pushing, falling, wrestling, and a rolling and a-rooting.

At den meetings things keep moving, constant motion, constant noise.

There are lots of things in common between circuses and boys.

We’ve put all the dens together; it’s not Ringling Brothers, you know.

But we think you will enjoy it, so let’s get on with the show.


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