You should see a harvest mouse,
Build herself a little house,
She scampers up the blades of wheat,
And weaves her nest so trim and neat.
She winds her tail around the stalks,
To keep her safe when up the walks,
She does not stop till all is done,
She thinks it’s all tremendous fun!
Then she puts her babes to rest,
In her pretty little nest.
Then off she goes to find some grain,
To feed her babies once again.