Disney’s Pinocchio Poem

Welcome to Disney’s Pinocchio Poem.

Enjoy this Poem.

When the blue fairy comes after the puppet maker carves a puppet named Pinocchio, she puts a spirit in the puppet.

When Pinocchio is Good wooden boy to go to school, he learns a lot.

When Pinocchio doesn’t go to school, he stops learning.

When Pinocchio joins a puppet show, he becomes a slave puppet.

When Pinocchio Joins a Bunch of bad boys, he becomes a bad boy.

When Pinocchio plays at Pleasure island, he turns into a Donkey.

When Pinocchio lies, his nose grows longer.

When the blue fairy returns, she turns Pinocchio into a real boy.

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Published by Paul Pederson

Disney imagineering fan, Disney storyteller, future Disney imagineer that is learning how to become a Disney imagineer at home buy reading Disney imagineering books and a Disney Fan of the Walt Disney Company A Disney traveler each year and a Disney imagineering Blogger, A Christian who believes in Jesus is Lord and that God sent his one and only son named Jesus Christ to die on the cross for my sins.

2 thoughts on “Disney’s Pinocchio Poem

  1. Awesome post! I grew up watching Pinocchio and you brought back so many memories. The scene that always pops out in my mind is when Pinocchio meets a boy named Alexander (I think) and watches him turn into a donkey. Thank you for bringing back the memories! 🙂

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