Character sketch, created with pen and watercolor.
Giclée print on acid-free, archival paper.
The Toy Eater By Shel Silverstein
You don't have to pick up your toys, okay?
You can leave 'em right there on the floor,
So tonight when the Terrible Toy-Eatin' Tookle
Comes tiptoeing' in through the crack in the door,
He'll crunch all your soldiers, he'll munch on your trucks,
He'll chew your poor puppets to shreds,
He'll swallow your Big Wheel and slurp up your paints
And bite off your dear dollies' heads.
Then he'll wipe off his lips with the sails of your ship,
And making a bur pity noise,
He'll slither away-- but hey, that's okay,
You don't have to pick up your toys.
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