In response to daily post’s one word prompt : Fry
The Wonder Child
This is the story of a wonder child,
He was sweet and had manners mild.
One day he was crawling on the kitchen floor,
Where his mother was roasting a wild boar.
To get mother’s attention he got a piece of paper,
He started chewing it to show mom he liked the flavor.
‘Oh no!’ said mom, ‘this is what you do with this,
You write here the alphabets, that look like this.’
She started concentrating on the roasting she started,
Turned around to see what the child imparted.
To her dismay she saw those alphabets copied,
She thought it wasn’t her tyke, but who she worried?
She took the paper and wrote words to see,
Sure enough, it was her Fry, she noted with glee!
When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s the opposite of who you normally are. Describe the new you.
I’m always a happy person by nature. A full moon to me means a joyous occasion, everything is bright, the dark night changes into a very bright sky, the earth, the people are all happy.
To be opposite of me would be to be an unhappy me instead of enjoying the bright moon I’m sad, I’m cranky,I dislike everything around me . I sit and sulk, I stop smiling, I want everyone to leave me alone and I write poems that makes humanity cringe.
I’d rather write a poem that makes all of nature happy, like:
Come one come all the full moon is here
Let us celebrate with fiddles and drums
Wake up all of you let’s look and sing
For this is a time to be jolly and giving
Do not stop smiling, do not start sulking
For nature will invite the clouds
To cover the full moon and darken the sky
We’d be looking up and saying
Please clouds let the moon be free
So we can sing about the full moon with glee!