Puddles! – dVerse Poetics

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 ๐Ÿ™‚

So, I hope you enjoy this little ditty – and please visit dVerse to read all of the other creations!


– Puddles! –

Splish, splash, flubble, flosh
Jump in puddles, make them splosh
Stick your tongue out, raindrops tickle
Jewels of water, let them prickle.
Pitter, patter, flickle, flack
Umbrellas open with a crack!
Welly boots keep feet dry
Watch the rainbow fill the sky.
(And annoy your parents – ask them ‘Why?’!)

32 thoughts on “Puddles! – dVerse Poetics

  1. 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!

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