Robert Edgar Burns
The Purple Dinosaur - Poem by Robert Edgar Burns
A young and purple dinosaur
With a red rose in his mouth,
Was carrying the flower home
As he was flying south.
He knew he had to get there,
For awhile he’d been away.
This flower would say “I’ve missed you, ”
In a very special way!
Dinosaur’s have to work hard
To gather up enough food,
To feed their own large families,
Meals to them that will taste good!
Dinosaur’s do not use money.
They won’t fit into any bank.
Instead they trade in flowers,
They have the Lord above to thank!
So If you see a meadow,
Where many flowers are in bloom,
Dinosaurs planted seeds there
As you slept peacefully in your room!
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