Month of Poetry – Puddle Ducklings – Children’s #Poem – #MoP14

12 Jan
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PUDDLE DUCKLINGS

 

Seven ducklings in a row,

Saw a puddle, there they go.

Splish, splash, splops they do flops.

They look like little yellow mops.

 

Webby feet kick here and there,

upside down, high in the air.

Ducks and puddles go hand in hand.

Ducklings paddling, ain’t life grand!

 

But Mama calls, it’s time to go.

They hear her call and they all know,

To come a running straight away.

The swimming’s over for today.

 

Seven ducklings in a row

Follow Mama all in tow.

To the nest, far from the puddle.

Soon fall asleep as they all cuddle.

Donna L Sadd, all rights reserved

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Image- Refresh Dot Com

A BIG SHOUT OUT to Laura Thomas for this prompt…who doesn’t love ducklings in rain puddles?

Check out Laura’s award-winning book review blog here!

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4 Responses to “Month of Poetry – Puddle Ducklings – Children’s #Poem – #MoP14”

  1. fuonlyknew January 12, 2014 at 10:26 pm #

    So adorable. I just knew you’d write something like this.
    Thanks so much for your kind mention.
    Can’t wait to see what you write next Donna:)

    • Donna L. Sadd January 13, 2014 at 8:00 am #

      My pleasure; I really appreciated the prompt. I can’t wait to see what I write next either, Laura! ;0)

  2. Catherine Johnson January 16, 2014 at 8:26 pm #

    That is so cute, Donna! Glad I’ve found your blog too :0)

    • Donna L. Sadd January 16, 2014 at 9:42 pm #

      Thanks so much for taking the time to pop in, Catherine. It means a lot to me! :0)

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