The Park – A kid’s point of view

03/26/2012 at 3:10 PM Leave a comment

This poem was inspired by my granddaughter.  She loves playing in the park.

The Park – A kid’s point of view

 –

To the park I want


To go this fine day

I must ask my aunt

To take me to play.

 –

We’ll walk to the park,

Kick sticks as we go.

With chalk I will mark

An X and an O

 –

Sliding down the slide,

Swinging on the swing,

Playing seek and hide,

Will do EVERYTHING!

My aunty said yes!

So glad she agrees.

Now I need to dress

In my dungarees.

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Original poetry. Copyright 2012, June Nash

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