Sharing a wee bit of a poem for National Poetry Month in April — “Little Tommy O’Flanagan”. It’s one of those short little poems just for fun. Check out the Dime Rhymes page for more.
Little Tommy O’Flanagan
Oh, to see our poor little boy Tommy O’Flanagan,
Jumping a puddle and falling splat on his can again.
Off running and dripping now on his way home,
All mucky and muddy and covered in loam.
Tommy with all his wits now collected,
Is trying to sneak in undetected.
Our dear sweet but splattered little Tommy O’Flanagan,
Hoping ne’er to be caught in his latest shenanigan.
Thanks always for visiting with us and sharing our writing journeys. A word of encouragement during a failure is worth more than an hour of praise after a success. Be an encourager and the reason someone smiles today! — Jim (and Red!)
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