Ursula J. Hogan
Thechildren Who Ride The Schoolbus - Poem by Ursula J. Hogan
Many children ride that big yellow bus
Think the world of their driver, you'll see She gives a friendly smile; a note
of encouragement that makes it all worthwhile.
So if you see her driving in that busy street,
A wave of the hand will do;
that one act of kindness can cheer you along.
Planting that seed of thoughtfulness
within a joyful song.
Only a special person can travel behind the scenes,
A joyful one without a care -- give it a twirl!
A special person that drives that big yellow schoolbus.
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