Monday, June 12, 2006

Dance Recital

*This is original poetry written by me and is NOT to be reproduced in any way. This work is protected under my creative commons agreement.*
"I've just got to try" she said earnesly
as her face shone with pride and
my heart filled with glee.
"You'll never know if you don't just try"
I reiterated quickly,
I didn't want this to run dry...
"Sometimes, you'll find", I said to this girl
"that you'll like crazy things
or you'll travel the world."
"But you'll never know if you just don't try"
So remember that always
and you'll reach the sky.
Twirl, little girl
with your eyes shining bright,
and show us your spirit
and let it take flight.
For you have the power
to light up the stage;
to capture the audience,
no matter their age.
You're silly and thougtful
and have courage unseen,
a prima ballerina
with posture, pristine.
So twirl, little girl,
and never forget
to dance through your life
and live without regret.

Rye Bread-she's the one waving!!

Me and my girl after the show-she's very interested in capturing the moment, can't you tell?

A little girl who LOVES to be the center of attention, but HATES pictures...looks innocent enough, like just a girl pouting...right.One day, little girl, we'll talk about doing incriminating things on camera...


kristarella said...

I like the second poem.

What a cheeky little girl! Far too cute to hate photos.

OrioleGal9 said...

Now who taught her about the finger?

*just getting wet down here in Tampa*

something from me said...

Good poem, it is your own? Or is that a cheeky question?

Interesting story about the fart. I bet you got away as soon as possible.

My story is about Maggie too