Charles G. Lang

(Sinclairville, New York, USA)

Nana Banana - Poem by Charles G. Lang

Nana Banana from Texarcana
How she loves bananas.
Not too ripe and not to green
But somewhere in-between.
I need potassium you see
She always says to me.
Bananas are the important treat
That makes my diet more complete.
Zucchini bread, candy in a bag
Pleases someone of every age.
But not my Nana
For her bananas are the best.
What can you do with them?
Bake them, fry them, eat them raw,
Make a mild shake nice and tall.
But what do you think is the mostest fun?
Banana splits, Yum Yum.


Comments about Nana Banana by Charles G. Lang

  • Brian Jani (6/23/2014 4:18:00 PM)


    You sure love your bananas hey, lovely fruit indeed abduction this poem says it all (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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