Friday, October 27, 2017

It Must Be Halloween

I saw a monster coming,
on this spooky night.
Then a mummy entered,
it was a frightful sight.
A witch suddenly appeared,
it was a scary scene.
Then Frankenstein showed up,
he looked rather mean.
I saw a ghost appear,
with a haunting voice.
Then a skeleton dropped by,
he made a dreadful noise.
A hairy goblin stepped in,
I wanted to scream.
Then I saw a vampire come in,
this must be a dream.
After all this confusion,
I came to this conclusion.
They are not scary or mean,
they are dressed for Halloween.



Friday, October 20, 2017

LOVE ALL YEAR LONG

I will love you in January, like it was the first time.
I will love you in February, for you are my valentine.
I will love you in March, and know it's the real thing.
I will love you in April, for the joy you bring.
I will love you in May, and watch our love grow.
I will love you in June, and never let you go.
I will love you in July, and say it all the time.
I will love you in August, and know you are mine.
I will love you in September, when I am one year older.
I will love you in October, even when it gets colder .
I will love you in November, when I will be very thankful.
I will love you in December, and be forever grateful.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Take Me To Your Reader

Come join us in this fun game.
It's a mystery word you can claim.
You can discover in all my clues.
There is only one word you can choose.
In your gallant search, you will surely find.
This riddle is for anyone with a mind.
Because when you pick me up and look.
Then you finally realize, I am a book.
When Buddy comes along, it can only be.
He chose seven new books for you to see.

Little Pig Saves The Ship
by David Hyde Costello

Mrs. McBee Leaves Room 3
by Gretchen Brandenburg McLellan

Flowers for Sarajevo
by John McCutcheon

Green Pants
by Kenneth Kraegel

Blue Ethel
by Jennifer Black Reinhardt

Old Lion and Little Rabbit
by Keiko Kaichi

Little Blue Chair
by Cary Fagen




Saturday, October 7, 2017

The House That Mom Cleaned



This is the house, that mom cleaned.





This is the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.







This is the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.







This is the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.








This is the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.







This is the bowl, filled with cream corn, that splattered the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.





This is the baby, dressed adorn, that knocked the bowl, filled with cream corn, that splattered the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house that mom cleaned.



This is dad, tattered and torn, that fed the baby, dressed adorn, that knocked the bowl, filled with cream corn, that splattered the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.



This is the neighbor, who blew the car horn, that spooked the dad, tattered and torn, that fed the baby, dressed adorn, that knocked the bowl, filled with cream corn, that splattered the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned. 




This is mom, tired and worn, that waved at the neighbor, who blew the car horn, that spooked the dad, tattered and torn, that fed the baby, dressed adorn, that knocked the bowl, filled with cream corn, that splattered the boy, that scared the girl, that roused the dog, that chased the cat, that lived in the house, that mom cleaned.


This is the family, who had sworn,
to wash the floor, in the early morn,
in the house, that mom cleaned.