How can anyone know the time when they don't have a watch?!
My watch is broken so I can’t tell the time. I don’t know if it’s midnight or quarter past nine.
I don’t know if I’m eating my dinner or lunch. I don’t know if I should be in bed or at brunch.
I’ve broken my watch and I haven’t a clue what in the world I’m supposed to do.
What time could it be? I hope that it’s three because that’s when my favorite cartoon’s on TV.
I think I hear school bells and if that’s the case, I’m in the right time but in I’m in the wrong place!
Copyright Arden Davidson, 2019
Illustration from Pixabay.
Independence, Independent Thinking
1. How do you think it helps to know the time when you’re a kid?
2. How does the time affect what you do in a day?
What’s Weird About A Mirror: 101 Curious Poems
written by Arden Davidson and published by Storyberries.
It’s a long-awaited, hilarious collection of children’s poems by poet Arden Davidson, and includes topics ranging from a snoring grandma to a six-footed camel to reflections on the weirdness of mirrors.