Monday, January 17, 2011

A Birthday Poem

There once was a girl who was stuck in the snow
Who wanted to visit, but just couldn't go.

It was her mom's birthday. She wished she was there.
Perhaps she could float in a balloon with hot air?

Or maybe a canoe, magic carpet, or ferry!
But, alas, she could not join the fun and be merry.

She wanted to ship out warm wishes and glee -
Something sunny and happy where she could not be.

Just what could bring cheerful bright wishes, unsaid?
So she posted some flowers of orange instead.

A bundle of sunshine, a dollop of joy,
From afar she will yell, "Happy Birthday, Ahoy!"

Mommy, I wish you great fun and good cheer,
Sending kisses and hugs just as though I was near.


Balloons said...

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Claire Mojher said...

Thanks! :)