Science is for those who learn; poetry, for those who know. — Joseph Roux, Meditations of a Parish Priest
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To be a poet is a condition, not a profession. — Robert Frost
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Everything one invents is true, you may be perfectly sure of that. Poetry is as precise as geometry. — Gustave Flaubert

Thursday, July 30, 2009

~ Our Little Brood ~

A little bit of me
A little bit of you
Jumbled up together
To create our little brood

Our three little mice
Running all around
In very loud contentment
Heaven can be found

Three toothless smiles
Laughter here and there
All their corny antics
With lots of love to share

As they sprout like bean poles
And become such know it alls
Discipline and loving hugs
Will keep them safe and strong

And soon the day will come
They'll decide to move away
And me and you will dance for joy
Create our holiday

But alas….

A little bit of her
A little bit of him
Jumbled up together
To create our little gems

Smiley and wonderful
Such a beautiful sight
But when the little gems go home
We sleep so sound all night

Close our doors and windows
Enjoy the peace and quiet
We'll sit and rock remembering
How life was such a riot
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© Bobbie Sandlin
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I've been looking through my blogs and forgot my other poetry blog when I was trying to save work from my disk (it went bad lol). This is an oldie, but I remember smiling at the way this came out.

7 comments:

Sanity said...

I love this one. I can just picture you and your little brood in my head and it makes me happy.

Also, I love the undercurrent of humor here. :)

subtorp77 said...

After what I just posted( and from the snaps I'm currently trying to restore ), this just seemed to hit home. It may be an oldie(to you ) but it's a goodie! Thanks for the share :)

April Lindfors said...

Love it!

joanne May said...

I really enjoyed your poem "Our Little Brood". Very sweet and lovely!:)
I found your blog through Spirithelpers and noticed you have a butterfly image like mine as your followers picture. I will now follow you with my butterfly. Come and visit my site if you like. I am a children's illustrator. I enjoy meeting writers!:)
Best wishes Jo.

Bobbie Sandlin said...

Thank you, everyone! I'm glad you enjoyed this :)

Betsy said...

This is wonderful!

Michelle Johnson said...

This is a great poem about your life and children entwined with one another. Sounds like everyone is happy with the little things. What beautiful memories you have to cherish. Have a great day.

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