The World by a 6-year-old

 I started this blog with my niece, Keara, in mind, and have used it as a place to work out some of my thoughts and observations about the world. Today I’d like to share some of Keara’s thoughts and observations, through a collection of her poems — spelling intact.

POEMS ONLY by Keara

Kids
Kids are
small or tall
smart or dum
there kids

Sunny Rainny
Sun Rain always fine
you see it out your window
look outside and then
thats your day

Lolipop
a beautiful rainbow
on a stick

Tirewheel
rolling fast
in a hurry
can not stop

Plant
a lot of dirt on the ground
but when you see a plant
it could be as tall as a tree
or as small as an ant

Sky
a blue distance
way up high

Fireflys
Fireflys
buzzing by
got to go
good bye

Published by kristalynn

I am Krista Tibbs, the author of ""Uncertainty Principles", "The Neurology of Angels" and "Reflections and Tails". My heart smiles at informed opinions, belief in human potential, advances in neurology, True North, clever ideas, and kittens.

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