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One Old, One New
by Bonnie May
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Rated "G" by the Author.
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The only thing about this story the I truly regret is I couldn't find my video camera.


 

One Old, One New
 
Two little babies locked together in walkers,  
one old, one new, with attached toys.
In the old one was a little girl,
in the new and fancy one was a little boy.
They were only about three months old
and facing one another.
Linked together in their walkers
like a sister and a brother.
 
He started grabbing all the toys between
so she couldn’t play with them.
She grabbed one at the same time as he
and a violent struggle then began.
His little ears stuck out & face got extremely red
as he pulled with all his might.
She held on with all her strength
and soon they were in a fight.
 
This tug of war went on and on,
with neither giving an inch.
He was a lot bigger than she was,
It should have been a cinch.
 
The more he pulled, the more red
his little face had got.
She looked up and saw him,
started laughing quite a lot.
The more he pulled the more she laughed
but she never let go of the toy.
This was the funniest thing I ever saw,
that little girl and boy.
 
Written by,
Bonnie May
 

 

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Reviewed by Georg Mateos 5/15/2008
And that reafirms the believing that when a woman wants something she wouldn't let go until she have it.
Oh! poor little boy in a walker....

Georg
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 5/14/2008
precios in their anger! such a sweet and funny write
Reviewed by Cryssa C 5/14/2008
pretty cute story
I am sure it was a sight to see!
Cryssa
Reviewed by John Leko 5/13/2008
...wonderful story...and seems like one reader Jordan...knows exactly what you are talking about...hmm???
great write Bonnie...
John
Reviewed by Karen Palumbo 5/13/2008
Bonnie I just love the way your mind works to create such a vivid wonder as these two, God bless.....

Be always safe,
Karen
Reviewed by Jordan Dobrowski (Reader) 5/13/2008
haha i love it ma'ma I sure have not changed in 18 years still fighting with boys and laughing at how mad i get them!!! I love how you wrote it though!!!
Reviewed by Elizabeth Price 5/13/2008
Yes, if you lose your cool in a fight you are probably going to lose. So the bigger boy was at a loss to the little girl who thought it was all in fun. What an awesome story. It is too bad you didn't have your video. Liz
Reviewed by MaryGrace Patterson 5/13/2008
I could see the two struggling over the toy.Great write....M
Reviewed by Lavendar Jazz 5/13/2008
A very charming story... well done.
Reviewed by Randall Barfield 5/13/2008
They should spend a lot of time together!!! Goes WAY back these kiddie fistfights.
Reviewed by George Carroll 5/13/2008
That 1890 walker hasn't changed much in the last 100 years and the story is a gas. Cut gal in that pic.
Reviewed by Jackie (Micke) Jinks 5/13/2008
Oh, how toys do tempt the little ones! And even as they get bigger :o)
Delightfully humorous poem, Bonnie! And see you got the "images" part working, now.
Blessings and Love ~~ Micke
Reviewed by Connie Faust 5/13/2008
In the picture, she's laughing still, and the undisputed winner!
Great little poem--the eternal struggle between male and female goes on.

Thanks for a grin to get me going today!
Love,
Your Sis Connie
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 5/13/2008
Precious!!!!!!! Well done, Bonnie.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Barbara Smith 5/13/2008
Full of good laughs...I can just see "his" little red face & her grinning. A good write.



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