Author: Dino Hi
One two three, as cute as they can be
Wavy brown hair, big bright eyes, and smiles that say, wee!
Pogo sticks, jumping, and laughter that fills the room
Watching them go here and there, zoom zoom zoom
Try step for step, where do they get the energy?
Encasing all they do, in my memory
Tumbling, rolling, dancing, touching everything they see
Giggling, playing, moving like a busy bee
One, likes to read, read, read
Two, is like a goofy movie, she's the lead
Three, entered this world, always smiling
They're playing with toys everywhere, and still piling
Stuff frogs, monkeys, and talking teddy bears
Just my grand-daughters, playing everywheres
Leilani, Ciara, and Mya'Alanah
Three Angels, playing with Dad and Mama
From Grandpa Dino
Comments on this poem/writing:
|Capricorn (184.108.40.206) -- Friday, January 3 2003, 12:47 pm|
AW!!....Lovely descriptive poem Dino, I can see the scene now. There's no doubt that Xmas is for kids (big kids too!)
|Dino (220.127.116.11) -- Friday, January 3 2003, 07:00 pm|
Mahalo Cap! Happy New Year to you also. They were surprize, when Grandpa could do the pogo stick with one hand. I'm not such an old geezer after all, when I can show them something, then the oldest started doing it and showing me up. HaHa, that's good, made me proud of her. She'll remember that one. Thanks again, Aloha!
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