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The Little Floating Clouds

The little floating clouds On the horizon, just above Bring not rainstorms, dark and loud Only whispered wisps of love     Advertisements

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An Ode to a First True Love… Selection

The books I loved best as a child I bet were loved also by many of you. They told of tales sweet, silly, and wild, As penned by the great Sendak, Suess, and Reys, two. But as the years passed … Continue reading

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The Poem of Me

The poem of me from yesterday Is not that which I am today In many ways they may resemble But don’t be fooled by what I say Look closely at what you hear Listen with more than just an ear … Continue reading

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Sorry

Sorry ’bout the homework. Sorry ’bout the room. Sorry ’bout the mix up With the chimney and the broom. Sorry ’bout the hamster. Sorry ’bout the bug. Sorry ’bout the purple stain In the middle of the rug. Sorry ’bout … Continue reading

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Rainy Day Recess

Factoring formulas And conjugating fables, Taking tests On Periodic Tables, Sure is tough And it ain’t always fun, But it ain’t so bad As long as there’s sun. Cuz as long as there is sun At least we’re sure We … Continue reading

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My Friend, My Advisor

You’re always giving me advice, You must think that I’m really dumb. Cuz you advise me on just about everything, From books to bubble gum. You know, I’m really not so clueless. My head is not filled with just air. … Continue reading

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Onomatopoeia Flu

A sniffle a snort A wheeze and a sneeze A belch a burp and a moan. A slurp a sigh A hiss and a buzz A babble a wow and a groan. An utter a sputter A mumble and a … Continue reading

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Listen To The Colors

Listen to the colors For they have so much to say. You’ll be surprised at what you hear If you don’t let your fears get in the way. Listening to the colors Takes more than just your ears. You must … Continue reading

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Holdin’ Toes

Holdin’ hands is supposed to be special, But really, anyone can do it. Just grab a hand and don’t let go, That’s all there really is to it. But my way of holdin’ is a little bit different. In fact, … Continue reading

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My Town

All my life I’ve lived in a town Where stop means go And up means down, Where happy means sad And black means white, Where good means bad And wrong means right, Where night means day And yes means no, … Continue reading

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Politeness

I’m told to be polite to my teacher. And of course, to my principal, as well. If I’m smart I’ll be polite to the policeman, Or he just might put me in jail. I ought to be polite to the … Continue reading

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The Tickle Café

There’s a café on the corner, And it’s a most unusual place. For the café’s only business Is to put a smile upon your face. This café is the place to go If you’re feeling rather sad. The waiters there … Continue reading

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Wiggle

I don’t want to write bestsellers, Or be president of this great land. I don’t want to paint like Picasso, Or sing in a rock and roll band. I don’t want to star in the movies, Or do anything that … Continue reading

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