Just a bit of nonsense for my grandaughters to cheer them up.


Dumpleweed.

I am the King of Dumpleweed

A Dumple king am I

With all my little Dumplings

Who are a little shy

We live a life of happiness

Full of fun and filled with glee

Upon a dump in nowhere land

Where others cannot see

For what to you is all but trash

To us is treasure trove

The sweetest smell in all the world

And not unlike a rose

So next time you go down the dump

Be careful where you stand

For though you cannot see us

You may be standing on my hand.





Poetry by penfold18
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Written on 2007-07-21 at 05:27

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Stan Cooper The PoetBay support member heart!
From one gramps to another...you're more than ok

fun poem for the kids...now, if we can only get some
of them to read

Stan
2008-07-28


Will
Fun Read, nicely written!!
2007-07-26


uma
oh! how sweet...reminds me of my grandpa(baje)
love
uma
2007-07-24


normalil
I'm betting that this made them laugh Graham! It's wonderfully clever and amusing too!
2007-07-23


Rob Graber
Wonderful write, grandpa!
2007-07-23


Elle The PoetBay support member heart!
Lovely and funny childrens poetry Graham - I used to write a bit of children's poetry from time to time - but haven't for ages. What lucky granddaughters to have a grandfather to write them poems

Elle x
2007-07-23


M Heathcote
Hi Graham

I really enjoyed the read
it reminds me of those Edward Lear poems
I use to love read my children,

The Jumblies
The Pobble Who Has No Toes
The Quangle Wangles Hat
& The Owl and the Pussy Cat lol :)
2007-07-21


Awenlimobor Sylvester
c'est fantastique!
2007-07-21


lastromantichero The PoetBay support member heart!
Hey Grandfather this is a wonderful; gift you have and you grandchildren are indeed blessed well done graham a wonderful poem
rgds mike
2007-07-21


Kathy Lockhart The PoetBay support member heart!
this is marvelous! The grandchildren are blessed by the talents of their granddad. I love the imagination and child's delight of this poem Graham.
2007-07-21