Monday, May 16, 2011

Poem: Daisy the Doodler

Illustration by Philip Bourland

 Daisy the Doodler

Daisy, my neighbor, drew doodles all day;
she’d rather draw doodles than go out to play,

she once drew a dizzying spiral with arms,
and a two-headed dino with dastardly charms,

she drew a small doorway that creaked in the night, 
then added a ghost who showed his delight,

she drew a big tree with a hole in its trunk,
and filled it with twigs and a shy baby skunk.

she doodled on paper, napkins and such,
 she doodled until it was time to eat lunch.

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