Suzanna Chevalier

Rookie (4-18-1966 / Elizabeth, New Jersey)

Mr Big Toe Meets Sarah Star Poem by Suzanna Chevalier


Mr. Big Toe meets Sarah one afternoon
Sarah was swimming in the lagoon.
She saw Mr. Big Toe wobbling on a rock,
she waves to her and they begin to talk.
Mr. Big Toe says she has a family
they drink Kava at a Kavasutra Kava Bar,
Sarah says she is hungry and didn’t have a bite all day,
Mr. Big Toe says “First we can go the restaurant named Daves, ”
Breezing down Lave Ave. chatting along the way,
they head towards the table with the shade.
Sitting outside they both order an ice-tea,
arriving at their table is none other than Mermaid Majesty!
Shelly, Sarah and Majesty all order a macaroni and cheese.
The food tastes great they are all really pleased.
Then they go back to Kavasutra Kava Bar to have a relaxing drink,
they don’t drink too much they do not want to go to sleep.
Color in the cartoons images of all of three
and give it proudly to daddy and mommy.

Submitted: Friday, May 03, 2013
Edited: Saturday, May 04, 2013
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Written By Suzanna Chevalier on January 13,2011

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