The Pedestrian

Rookie - 259 Points (Pittsburgh Pennsylvania)

Fountain Of Joy - Poem by The Pedestrian

There's a garden with white roses
and flowers wild
When the wind blows
you can see for miles

That's where I live
with my family
and I have to say
there's no place I'd rather be

So dance in the wind
sing in the sun
ride on my shoulders
my little one
Hold on to me
like a new-found toy

'cause you're my fountain
my little fountain of joy

When I come home after workin'
a long hard day
Feelin' empty
nothin' left to say

You fill me up
like a fountain blue
and there's no place I'd rather be
than right here with you

So dance in the wind
sing in the sun
ride on my shoulders
my little one
Hold on to me
like a new-found toy

'cause your'e my fountain
my little fountain of joy


Poet's Notes about The Poem

For my daughter, Noelle!

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, January 13, 2013



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