Rhyme: One Little Prayer - Poem by Caryl Ramsdale
Mosquitoes in the backyard,
Fireflies for rings and things;
An old dog out front on guard,
and a white, creaky, porch swing.
Remembering simple things,
Will bring a grin to your face;
Like making homemade ice cream,
Whipping fudge and saying grace.
Some favorites were heat lighning,
During hot, summer weather;
A dandelion puff wish,
That would float like a feather.
Perched high in an apple tree,
Was a fun way to relax;
Nothing beat chewing clover,
Mint leaves or soft, canning wax.
Really, really concentrate,
See the Big Dipper up there;
Hear the owl and whippoorwill,
Smile and say one little prayer.
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