Philip Doolittle Poems
|4.||Mary's Unusual Little Lamb||4/11/2011|
|5.||Winter Nights (Haiku)||4/13/2011|
|6.||Summer Days (Haiku)||4/13/2011|
|8.||Rain On A Summer Day||4/14/2011|
|10.||The Oyster And The Starfish||4/16/2011|
|11.||A Snowy Day (Haiku)||4/14/2011|
|12.||The Return Of Those Who Never Went||5/3/2011|
|13.||A Young Man From Japan (Limerick)||4/17/2011|
|14.||The Good Shepherd||4/13/2011|
|15.||A Heroic Couplet (Iambic Pentameter)||4/11/2011|
|17.||Birds In A Forest (Haiku)||4/14/2011|
Comments about Philip Doolittle
Birds In A Forest (Haiku)
A cool, green forest:
Birds are chirping cheerfully,
I had some money; I wanted some pets: but which one should I buy?
I came to a store with animals galore, so I asked the pet shop guy.
“Oh, buy a monkey, ” said the man in the store. “They are cunning, and playful, too.”
So I bought a nice chimp and I took him home; but Mom sent him to the zoo.
So with my monkey donated (was I irritated!) , I went back to the store.
I made a bet that a hamster’s the pet, and the place had them by the score.
So I bought a pair feeling light as the air, and