The bell just rang And here they come Some run to meet Their Dad or Mom. Pony tails And dancing curls Rowdy boys And shrieking girls. Most line up and wait For their buses to arrive Others bound down the street So young and alive. They don’t hold still for a second Jumping and down … Continue reading Kids and School Buses By Wendy Leslie Kirsch
If you were Ever loved By a bunny Then it Would be clear To you That you would Never ever Have the urge To eat Rabbit stew
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I'll cook the supper I'll feed the cat I'll throw in the laundry There! That is that! I'll do the dishes I'll wash the floor I'll bathe the kids But wait, there is more I'll get them all scrubbed Then I'll read them a book Tori has a boo-boo Let Mom take a look I'll … Continue reading Single Parenthood: Wendy Leslie Kirsch
Got my head in the clouds. There I am in no pain It surpasses the knife in my heart or the bullet in my brain. The hurt I feel in this earthly place is melted away when I am given this grace. With my head in the clouds there I stand to refrain. Got my … Continue reading Head in the Clouds: Wendy Leslie Kirsch
I found myself a real bargain The other day at the grocery store I thought to myself, ‘what a deal!’ I’ll buy packages galore The brand name was not KRAFT But it was macaroni and cheese I cooked it up and called the kids ‘Come and let’s eat dinner please” So back to the store … Continue reading What a Deal!: Wendy Leslie Kirsch
Springtime's in my heart Oh how I long for a breath of Spring To see the buds appearing To feel the newness of everything Oh how I long for a break in the weather For the temperature to rise And the snow to magically melt away For the sun to burst forth in the skies … Continue reading Yearning For Spring: Wendy Leslie Kirsch