Treasure Island

Kevin Seales


Safety


Now that school is almost done
It's time to think about safety
Eating the food thats grown by the sun
Could be really healthy and tasty

Summer is coming up very fast
I know you all can't wait
But June July and August will pass
And september will never be late

Remember when playing and crossing the street
To always look both ways
Being with your friends is always a treat
Especially the summer days

When fishing with your son or daughter
Remember the golden rule
Don't let them get too close to the water
The lake is not a swimming pool

So don't forget when I say
Life can be so much funner
When being safe while you play
Outside in the nice warm summer

Submitted: Tuesday, September 23, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, September 24, 2008

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