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She Did...Yes She Did
by pat medlin
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Daniel was a dragonfly
She met him quite by chance
while floating on an innertube
to her knee he came to dance.

Now Daniel was a curious chap...
always staring her in the eye
and every time he'd visit
he'd beg her to come fly.

Hovering above her nose
he would show her how it was done...
he'd say,  "after I teach you this
you can show me how to run".

Now wouldn't that be a silly thing
if her arms she began to spin
and  was lifted off that innertube
to fly away with him?

Yes it was a silly thing
a silly nilly thing
but silly mattered naught to her
so thas's just what she did...




 

 

 

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Reviewed by Elizabeth Proske
What a delightful little poem. Thank you for sharing this!
Reviewed by Michael True
How elegant. A wonderful poem. M.True
Reviewed by Dark Knight
LOl-loved reading this--I agree with one review that said ' Where is the Like Button"-that is something we need at the Den
Reviewed by Victoria's Poetry & Voices of Muse
this is so sarling!!!
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!!
Very Fun!!

Reviewed by Miss Wisdom (Reader)
Where is the LIKE button?
Reviewed by Elizabeth Russo
A very charming poem and delightful visuals. Great story-telling, too! ~Elizabeth
Reviewed by Ronald Hull
A whimsical and quite humorous little encounter. My poem about the dragonfly was a bit more sinister. ;-)

Ron
Reviewed by Diana Wiles
What refreshing fun! One for my grandchildren to enjoy...
Diana...
Reviewed by jude forese
delicate and airy ... fun to read ...
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors
And they lived happily ever after until she accidentally sat on him and squashed him. (the bad patrick)
Reviewed by D. Vegas
Pat, How cute this is...like a fairytale.

Always,
Deborah
Reviewed by Linda Hill
pat,
Made me smile, loved this!

Blessings,
+Linda
Reviewed by Mary Ann Biddinger
Love dragonflies. Whimsy silly nilly and delightful poem Pat.
Lady Mary Ann
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
Adorable! What child wouldn't LOVE this cute lyrical tale!!! Thanks for sharing, Pat...

Anna
Reviewed by Richard King
Mary had a Little Lamb, The Three Little Pigs,,,, Daniel the Dragonfly... Seems to have a "ring" to it. NICE!!! Dick
Reviewed by Christia Pockrus
Very sweet and cute!
Reviewed by John Flanagan
again, that 'touch' Pat;
few if any are your equal when it comes to
writing like this, it flows, it touches,
it has the right delicacy and humour and
the intellectual weight that is satisfying
to adults, as well

john
Reviewed by Janna Hill
This is a charming child's tale.
:) Janna
Reviewed by Jane Noponen Perinacci
Great! I love it!!
Reviewed by Amor Sabor
This has such a nursery rhyme quality to it but for grownups to enjoy as well. Loved this feel good write.
Reviewed by Diana Legun (Reader)
This must have felt gleeful to write. It was gleeful to read. Beautiful cadance and imagery. ~~ Diana
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton
I know you did, you did,
You and the dragonfly kid,
Flew away to the sky,
Looked like fun eye to eye,
I know you did, you did,
I was the flying squid.
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