Treasure Island

Asif Raza

(11 Sep 1994 / Bihar, India)

Butter Fly


If I were a butterfly
I'd thank you Lord for giving me
wings
If I were a robin in a tree
I'd thank you Lord that I could sing
If I were a fish in the sea
I'd wiggle my tail and I'd giggle
with glee
But I just thank you Father for
making me, me
CHORUS
For you gave me a heart and you
gave me a smile
You gave me Jesus and you made
me your child
And I just thank you Father for
making me, me
If I were an elephant
I'd thank you Lord by raising my
trunk
If I were a kangaroo
You know I'd hop right up to you
If I were an octopus
I'd thank you Lord for my fine
looks
But I just thank you Father for
making me, me
If I were a wiggly worm
I'd thank you Lord that I could
squirm
If I were a fuzzy, wuzzy bear
I'd thank you Lord for my fuzzy,
wuzzy hair
If I were a crocodile
I'd thank you Lord for my great
smile
But I just thank you Father for
making me, me

Submitted: Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 05, 2013

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Its my first poem which posted to this web site.
Thanx for Reading.

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