Nostalgia-inducing poetry inspired by our earliest favorites; from Dr. Seuss to Mother Goose, children’s poetry is all grown up.
A melancholic frolic That’s what we’re here for They act like you’re important They act like they like you So long as you fit their image of you
As Soft As
Your skin is so soft, there is nothing to compare it to. That’s why they say “soft as a baby’s bottom”— Comparing you to yourself is all I can do.
Echoes of School Days
In the halls where laughter and learning combined, Memories of school, forever enshrined. Lessons taught in classrooms, wisdom's embrace,
that change in my day! that changed my way! It's when innocent waves of laughter were born Giggles echoed in the afternoons
In the realm of gentle grace, where touch meets silk, A symphony of softness, a whisper of milk. Smooth, the river's dance on polished stone,
Untitled (for a child) I. Early morning outside. The air is still and quiet, the birds just waking. Their lilting voices gathering to greet the new day.
Smooth play, Ox
My brother often directed These words To me: “Smooth play, ox.” Did he mean ox long pips Which may be smooth but My backhand was not.
Summer sun, chase me down the slippery slope. Bright blue slide. Mulch, catch me.
"Embers of Desire"
In the forge of passion, where flames aspire, A wing of fire, fueled by deep desire. In the crucible of longing, it takes flight,
Babe, in your cradle lay, Gently swing you back and forth, May all your life be smooth, Kept on course, kept on course.
Look What I Got!
Look what I got in This busy London Sunday It’s adorable 🌱 A little Oddish From a retro game market It was made by hand
NaNoWriMo the Frenemy Poem
NaNoWriMo the Frenemy Poem You must push yourself, rush yourself, cram in that writing time. Steal a minute, an hour,