Bob Densmore

Rookie (12 24 50 / Dallas)

Imagine - Poem by Bob Densmore

Imagine a world without toy dinosaurs,
or camping on bedroom floors.
Imagine a world without the magic - of why,
or a cape on your back that makes you fly.
Imagine a world without spacemen and then…
Imagine a world without gannappolasses
which we all know is a cross between giraffes and
hippopotamus’s.

Imagine a world without crayons on the wall,
or Daddy’s 10 feet tall.
Imagine a world without tricycles and bicycles,
or hot summer days with melting grape Popsicle’s.
Imagine a world without Cowboys and Indians and then…
Imagine a world without gannappolasses,
which we all know is a cross between giraffes and
hippopotamus’s.

Imagine a world without tag and baseball,
or red rover come over and lemonade for all.
Imagine a world without ferries and Santa Clauses,
or bunnies and baskets and no good causes.
Imagine a world without skinned knees and chins and then…
Imagine a world without gannoppolasses,
which we all know is a cross between giraffes and
hippopotamus’s.

Imagine a world without laughter and smiles,
or braces with wire miles and miles.
Imagine a world without fireflies and ladybugs,
or arms reaching up for good night hugs.
Imagine a world without children and then…
You can imagine a world without gannoppolasses,
which we all know is a cross between giraffes and
hippopotamus’s.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Poem Edited: Monday, June 7, 2010


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