In honor of days gone by when children’s literature and simple poetry were part of every single day. Light and easy, today, folks, light and easy.
I found my box of rubber bands.
I’d lost them yesterday.
I’d moved them from a place I thought
I’d like for them to stay.
I found my missing bumbershoot.
My hair got wet with rain.
The sun came out, my hair was dry,
Before ‘twas found again.
I found my missing batteries,
My radio had died.
I missed the ballgame broadcast time
I sat right down and cried.
I found my other shoe. Oh boy,
My toes got cold without.
Just wearing socks and socks and socks
and socks to Hop about.
I found my keys, oh yes I did.
I feel so sheepish though.
I left them in the car you see,
And now poor car won’t go.
I found my brand new day today.
I thought it was all gone.
Huzzah! A new one everyday
Arising with the dawn.
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