Friday, April 27, 2018

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[image courtesy imaginary garden today]


When i jumped on the bannister with my cute style,
All the boys were frightened but only for a while.
The girls with their pigtail,
Wanted i to sway without fail.
But boys are the hearts i won there with a smile.
© gillena cox 2018

Revisit
27 Apr 2015
hands of a child 2016
witch 2016


Blog hopping today with imaginary garden. In April we write a poem every day

Day 27 - Let's Join the Children...
Prompted: Margaret Bednar. Challenge Write a new poem... always adored children's artwork and recently attended an exhibit which highlighted some pieces that have received awards this year...

27 comments:

  1. Lovely... such a lovely tie to that bright-eyed frog.

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Björn

      Much🌼love

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    1. Thank you for dropping by Sanaa😊

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  3. Ohhhhhh....I get it....you're talking about Donald Trump meeting the French President Macron LOL

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    1. 😊is that your interpretation of my Limerick, Cressida? good one!!!

      LOL

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  4. So sweet, I can picture the children excited and laughing. :-)

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    1. thanks for your interpretation LC


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    1. 😊Thank you for dropping by Annell

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Kerry


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  7. Froggy went a courting perhaps. Bright and breezy.

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    1. Thank you for your appreciation Paul

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  8. I love frogs. I love this happy and quirky poem!

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    1. Glad you dropped by Toni

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  9. great fun ... another smile from me....

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    1. 😊smiling right back at you. Thank you for dropping by Robert


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  10. A cute and happy poem...love it!

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    1. Happy you dropped in Vivian

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  11. Oh I dunno – I think that cute frog would have won this old woman, too.

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    1. Thank you for dropping by Rosemary

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    1. Thank you for dropping by Helen

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  13. Like our Limerick, Gillena. Did you know there is a town in Ireland called Limerick. The Limerick may have originated there. We drove past it, on the out-skirts, several times while there.
    Thanks for your "B"eautiful comment tonight.
    ..

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  14. Yes i've heard about the place Limerick, i would think the poetry form may very well have started there

    Thanks for dropping in Jim

    Much🌼love

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  15. He's so cute and with your poem - has quite the sense of humor. He has won me over :)

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