Monday, January 25, 2010

Puddles!





I love to muddle in puddles
Cause I splish and I splash

And when I take my shoes off
I mish and I mash

I hop from one puddle to another and back
My feet go in the water smickity smack

I turn and spin
I kneel and I sit

I slap my hands down
They go clickity click

There's just something about them
I cannot resist
When I see a puddle
I feel blissfully bliss

(not my poem, author unknown)






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