lecie Bailey Jackson

Rookie (05/07/1971 / Memphis)

A Story Time Elf

A story time Elf appear in my class
Yes, he wore a pretty good disguise!
He look just like- an ordinary boy
A pass in, say these words with joy
Dareius ChraSanta –was his name
An only one rule of story time game

A story time Elf appear on my bus
He had a peanut butter -N-jelly without crust
He ate it like- an ordinary boy
His sticky little fingers wrap around a toy
He told stories of make believe
They all listen, include bus driver-Steve

A story time Elf appear at my house
To help me sleep- she as quiet as a mouse
She told her stories to me at night
I' ll remember each one done just right
A favorite story from story time Elf
When she told a story it reflects self!

Submitted: Wednesday, February 06, 2008


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  • Rookie - 29 Points Robert Howard (5/12/2008 12:23:00 PM)

    A charming poem that draws the reader to recall the comforts of childhood. Finely structured and fresh in its language. (Report) Reply

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