Entries from September 2020 ↓

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The Kissing Tree

I’d rather play tag with an old toothless hag Than to kiss the freckle-faced boy. I would rather eat slop with pickles on top Than to sit by stupid Leroy. The girls all like Bob who I think is a snob With his nose stuck up in the air, And if it is true, what […]

Consider the Lion

The black maned lion, The king of beasts, The ruler of Each jungle feast. His kingly job Is eat and sleep And not much more To earn his keep. He lies around All day and roars And lets the lioness Do the chores.

Dirty Face Sally

When little Sally takes a bath She scatters water every place. She washes every part of her But always seems to miss her face. She bathes with lots of soap and suds And plays for hours in the tub. She washes ears and toes and hair But never gives her face a scrub. When Sally […]

Jeremy’s Fork

Jeremy holds his fork Just like a big boy now. When he sat by Grandpa His grandpa showed him how. Trinket used to like it Under Jeremy’s chair ‘Cause there was lots of food Jeremy dropped down there. She found carrots, beans and peas And little bits of meat. When he came to visit Trinket […]

If I Were a Flower

“If you were a flower,” My teacher asked me, “What kind of flower Would you want to be?” “A rose,” I told teacher, “A rose would be fun. Since roses have thorns, I could stick everyone!”