Shawn L. Bird

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micropoetry- joy April 27, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 7:23 pm
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Naked girl

giggling down the road

Babysitter chasing

with the bath towel.

Toddler joyfully

on the run.

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.

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I can still hear the giggles in memory, though the toddler in question is now 33 years old.  🙂

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36 Responses to “micropoetry- joy”

  1. One would have to smile about that situation many years later…would they not…nicely written Shawn ,it made me laugh and smile. Have a wonderful week ahead!

  2. Ha ha! This is great!

  3. narble Says:

    Yep. My story is a lad, naked except for cowboy boots, playing in a front-yard dirt pile. That boy is now sixty-four.

  4. Megha Patel Says:

    Hehehe! Cute!!

  5. davidprosser Says:

    But ( no pun intended) you don’t look 33 Shawn !
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

  6. komarovstyle Says:

    Its lovely and cute 🙂

  7. Aw, this is very sweet! Thank you for sharing!

  8. Catherine Johnson Says:

    Ha, ha! That paints a cute picture. I can’t believe my daughter hasn’t done that. They are always mooning at the window though.

  9. HiKe Says:

    did you write about me then? 😉

  10. Tom Schultz Says:

    A charming poem to begin the morning. BTW, although a Michiganian, I’ve visited that part of BC several times. Love Fraser Canyon, Revelstoke, and Rogers Pass.

  11. After reading this poem, your imagination starts to work. You dream about a little girl and her babysitter is chasing her. That’s awesome.

  12. Elouise Says:

    What a great picture of joy!

  13. words4jp Says:

    I remember a similar situation – mine is now 19. This piece oozes sweet with a nostalgic tear.

  14. Haha. Its funny how you get a kick out of this when you’re younger. Why? You have no idea what nakedness is. But knowing your parents will chase you makes it all worth it.

  15. uniqusatya Says:

    hahaha…thats the way it is 😉

  16. Kitt Says:

    Something about naked babies and Springtime just go hand in hand down the road.


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