Mo Mo, Here I Come! by Guam Pellegrin


This is a poem submitted by my good friend, Guam Pellegrin, in response to the Writing Prompt Challenge I submitted.  Make sure to leave her a comment to let her know what you think!
 
Typical Finnish wooden rocking chair.
Typical Finnish wooden rocking chair. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Mo Mo, Here I Come!
 
Mo Mo, I’m on my way over
Gotta tiny turn to make,
Shine up the rocking chair,
While this road  I take.
 
Get out all your keys,
Pots, pans and bowls;
Dust off the cookie jar,
And remember, cinnamon rolls.
 
By the time I get there,
My diaper may smell strange;
A dab of lotion and oil,
Will be a pleasant change.
 
A tub of warm water
With a ducky squeaky clean,
Will get you peals of laughter;
You know what I mean.
 
An hour or two of Disney
Is really all it takes,
You may need that rocking chair,
For all of our sakes.
 
By Guam Pellegrin    

June 14, 2013

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