This week’s dVerse Poetics has been a bit of a challenge for me, since children aren’t a huge part of my story and life. Still, I was a little girl once upon a time, and I can still connect with my inner silly 🙂
So, I hope you enjoy this little ditty – and please visit dVerse to read all of the other creations!
32 thoughts on “Puddles! – dVerse Poetics”
wonderful. love all of the sounds!
Thank you, Sheila!
Thank you, Maggie!
Fun! What is it about kids and puddles?
🙂 So much fun!
Really sweet… Beautiful imagery of playing kids. 🙂
Thank you! I’m glad you enjoyed it! 🙂
Crack me up! This one is the absolute BEST!
Thank you, Susan!
Delightful! I especially loved the last line!
Thank you, Bryan 🙂
lovely sound poem, trickles nicely off the tongue
That’s what I hoped – I’m glad you enjoyed it 🙂
Smiles. This is such a good example of how children love sounds. I can see them playing in those puddle. Like you, children haven’t been a part of my life either…but we were once little!
Thank you, Victoria. As an unchilded adult, I like to send them back with awkward questions… hehehehe!
a treat, a mixture of gumdrops and Liquorice allsorts
Thank you, Aprille!
Ah I think that child poems should be written by people without children.. no moral here, just plain silliness and fun. This rocks.
Thank you, Bjorn! 🙂
nice…i like the sounds in this…and the playfulness…
oh dont tell them to ask why…hahaha
Thank you, Brian. I think it’s my right as an adult without kids to send them back to ask questions…. 😉
Love It 🙂 Reminds me of my favourite childhood storybook :Splish, Splash and Splush a story of three little ducklings 🙂
Ooh, I don’t know that story! I’m glad you enjoyed it!
Good one Freya I like this one as I’m sure I have done just that in the past. Annoyed my parents that is.
Hehe – I just can’t imagine!
This is absolutely precious!
Thank you, Lorri! it was hard work, but fun!
You know children well, for sure, smiles…..love it.
Completely cool. Utterly fun! Reminds me of my son playing in the puddles, and the millions of why questions!
Thank you! That was the idea in my head – I’m glad it worked!