Carole Cookie Arnold
A Childs Eye's - Poem by Carole Cookie Arnold
Candied apples sticky and sweet.
Ferris wheel and cotton candy treat.
Curly blonde hair eyes wide and blue.
Carmel candy stuck to her shoe.
Balloons all colors given by clowns.
Face painted smiles nary a frown.
Pennies tossed a goldfish won.
Smell of popcorn Can I have some?
Elephants march poodle’s dance.
Heads spinning to catch a glance.
House of mirrors makes her laugh.
Granny look, you 're so big and fat!
Dusk approaches she rubs her eyes.
Grandpa picks her up as she sighs.
Fairy dust was sprinkled in her eyes.
Dancing in her dreams where they hide.
Closing her eyes she drifts to sleep.
Safe in his arms she snuggles deep.
Sprinkles of love from grandpa's kiss sweet.
Placed in bed a teddy to keep.
Glitter and colors Smiles and laughter.
Screams of excitement hit the rafters.
These are the memories that will stay.
Reminding her of this Magical day.
Copyright ©2005 Carole Cookie Arnold
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