Jacquie StewartHeimann

Little Miss - Poem by Jacquie StewartHeimann

While standing in the kitchen
A little noise did squeak
So I walk gently down the hall
And in her room I peeked

My little girl is playing
Her toys all in a row
“Listen to me now” she says
Her face is all aglow

“Today we learn our numbers
Count them ... one-two-free”
She looks around expectantly
Her joy is plain to see

“Oh my bear you gots it! ”
She claps her hands in glee
“You does gets a treat my friend”
And hugs him tenderly

“Who else can tell me somfin
We learned in school today?
You’re right! ” she tells the soldier boy
“We like to sing and play! ’

She looks at pup and kitty
“A time outs for you two.
You can’t fight like that today
Memember? That’s the rule.”

She turns and leans towards lion
“You are right my dear
It’s time for juice and cookie treats
I has them all right here”

And as I watch the picture
Laid out in front of me
I smile with fond memories
And join them for some tea

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 6, 2010

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