This week’s challenge is to write a story, limerick or poem on the subject of:
Last week’s theme was kids. You sent in some super pieces. Some are here, while you’ll find others by following the links:
Be a love and pass me my slippers
Let’s sit back and breakfast on kippers
After next to no sleep
Black pudding’ll keep
But just keep it away from the nippers.
Oh no, it’s our daughter and the kids
quick behind the sofa, let’s pretend we’re not in
that damn bell, why do they ring so much
hey, careful there watch what you touch
mind you, while we’re here
what you do mean, you’d rather let the kids in!
The most wanted counsellor
could not convince her kids
to eat breakfast.
stabilising the future
rebelling for attention.
You’re ever so tiny, impossibly cute,
Utterly miniature, very astute.
You know when it’s dinner; you know when it’s snack.
You’d charm the shirt right off a car salesman’s back.
We love you with all of your sweet winning ways,
And we know that we’ll love you for all of our days.
But always remember that God loves you more
From before you were born until forever more.
Nut House Central