Silly poems are so fun to write on a whim and tuck away to remind yourself later to smile. Here’s one I wrote that you might want to read to your kiddos and then see what they can create. Have a great day “click-clacking” off to whatever you do . . . Once I met a fine lady with a most unusual hat. She held a rather large purse and walked on shoes that went click-clack. How do you do? she inquired as she passed by without stopping. Waving a hankie, she sped away before I could begin talking. Then, I saw a well-dressed man who had no time to chat. He was moving very fast so that his feet went tap, tap, tap. Everyone is so busy. How I wonder where they all go. Maybe when I’m much older I’ll go, too. Then I’ll surely know.
Here’s a silly poem from me to read to your kiddos. Enjoy! God loves me God loves me, yes He does. I know it’s really true. I never doubt it for a minute. Know what? He loves you, too! There’s nothing else that I know more. It’s a fact that’s simple, no doubt. I know it from my head to toes, Tip to tip and inside out. I know it like I know my hand, With fingers and two thumbs I know it when I stretch my legs And run, and run, and run! I know it when I comb my hair And brush my teeth each night. I know it when I kiss my dad And mom turns out the light. So when you close your eyes And snuggle in your bed Know that someone loves you No matter what you’ve done or said.