I’m declaring today Nonsense Day. Nothing can make any sense. And to show you its full glory let me tell a little story that signifies my own experience.

A blind man wanted to see a movie so he called on a few of his friends. “Sounds good” said the deaf man as his dog meowed and his boy cow jumped under the fence.

I felt the warm snow melt the toe on my hand as I backstroked across the ceiling. Then later that night when the sun came up bright, I jumped to my feet while still kneeling.

I saw a bald man brushing his hair while he sunbathed beneath the moon. Then a fly with no wings and a bee with no stings threw a New Year’s Eve party in June.

A mouse with small ears who thought cheese was disgusting, stuffed his tail in the shirt of his pants. Then a cat with a bone drove a big telephone all the way to London, France.

If you like this story, then make up your own. Nonsense is so easy, it’s true. But if you think you can’t make it, you don’t have to fake it, just talk like your parents do.

 

Copyright Arden Davidson, 2019

 

POEM FOR KIDS WRITTEN BY ARDEN DAVIDSON

Illustration from Pixabay.

LET’S CHAT ABOUT THE POEM ~ IDEAS FOR TALKING WITH KIDS

Creativity

1. What is the silliest thing you can imagine?

2. What’s the silliest thing your parents have ever said to you?!

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