Thursday, April 11, 2013

A POEM by Gracie Phillip


Spring it had sprung,
But the white stuff hung.
Stubborn to leave,
Clinging fast to the trees.

MARCH 25
A couple weeks passed,
The snow not to last.
Temps reached eighty-eight,
Summer could not wait.

APRIL 11
Spring eluded us this year,
And summer has emerged OH DEAR!
My winter coat is getting hot,
So MOM!  GET ME GROOMED ALREADY!



11 comments:

  1. Gracie, you are a poet and I didn't know it!! I LOVE the way you have the two exact pictures of the same trees!!!!

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  2. Oh Gracie
    I love your words, and I cannot wait to see your new hair cut for spring and summer!
    love
    tweedles

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  3. Oh dat was such a beautiful poem dat I almost cried. Okay not really but it was still a very luverly poem indeed.
    I do believes we went straight from winter to summer cuz it has been hot heres too.

    Puddles

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  4. Gracie don't mention grooming you might give my peeps ideas. Glad you have better weather now. Have a fabulous Friday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. GRACIE truer words were never spoken about spring.

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  6. Gracie, you and me both need a spa day! My Mom loves the spring trees!
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  7. It's true here too...we don't get many in between days and often go from freezing cold to hot hot. Cute poem for sure! Have a fantastic Friday!

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  8. The roller coaster is nearing the exit (I hope) After no heat in the house for 5 days, I had to turn it on again this morning. Brrr!

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  9. Oh how cute. John and I attempted to groom Harriet last night. We've had some 80 degree days this week.

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  10. Samson Says: Imagine that my Gracie, the Poet, Phillips. How cute is that?

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  11. Gracie - doll, you are soooo creative!! And I LOVE the photo of your big brown eye! You Cutie - patootie, You!


    Hugs,
    Jenni

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