Shawn L. Bird

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poem-laughter June 21, 2014

Filed under: Poetry — Shawn L. Bird @ 12:35 am
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You toddle over,

your two tooth grin wide.

When tapped

upon your button nose

you burst with

belly laughs.

.

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I met Iona today.  Iona is little, and doesn’t speak yet, but she oozes personality!

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18 Responses to “poem-laughter”

  1. SAN_jeet Says:

    Nice subject

    Ears always enjoy
    Those giggle words

  2. davidprosser Says:

    Sounds just like my beloved Grandson. Except I daren’t get close enough to count the teeth these days.
    xxx Massive Hugs xxx

  3. There’s a deep goodness to communing with the preverbal. They tell us so much.

  4. Exquisite!!! The essence of poetry

  5. Beautifully said. I was just thinking today how babies have the best laughs. They laugh with their whole bodies. Love it.

  6. Becky Bee Says:

    That’s lovely.

  7. redgladiola Says:

    Lovely poem for a lovely tot! =)

  8. simrith Says:

    I just babysat my niece for a week. This is so apt 🙂

  9. Rob McShane Says:

    lovely poem – the essence of the toddler! Innocence and honesty!


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