November 25, 2010 @ 9:26 pm | Filed under: Poetry
Just a morsel today. I’ve been working on an archive page for my Poetry Friday posts (because I find WordPress’s archives obnoxiously unwieldy), and I came across this entry from March of 2007. I had to laugh, because it turns out last week wasn’t the first time one of my bairns made a contribution to Poetry Friday. I’d forgotten that Rilla had a turn when she was eleven months old.
Sisters, by Rilla
They scoop me up and say I’m delicious;
They grant practically all of my wishes
(Except when I wish to gnaw on a Lego).
Mostly I wish to go where they go.
Jane is the one who totes me like mother
And won’t let me pull out the hair of my brother.
Rose guards me from anything ’ticingly teeny.
The one who twirls me around is Beanie.
This week’s Poetry Friday host is Jone at Check It Out.
Poetry Friday: Negative Space
Feast Your Eyes and Ears
Poetry Friday: Forests at the Bottom of the Sea
Rose’s Favorite Poem
Then Again, Perhaps She’d Be Offended by that “Cowrin, Tim’rous” Business