S: Sydney's Poems
BC: Oranges Inc.
FC: Sydney's Poems
1: I once saw a man, He had a small pan. "Hey, that's my pan! Give it back, I demand!" I shouted at that man. But the man with my pan Refused to let it go "You buffoon, you are looking In a mirror!" He exclaimed. I realized that Man with the pan, was me.
2: I see a flower, standing tall In the garden, its the only one. The flower stands straight up. It's roots proud and strong.
3: I love all my jeans. I love denim on my pants. Don't you love jeans, too?
4: The vines curl around my feet. They dance their way up the trees, and jump to the next branch. They climb up my legs, down my back. They enclose me in their strength. And I sit.
5: Reminder! There's post-it's everywhere, notes taped from the ceiling to the floor! My notepad is full of messages, and i don't know what to do, because i just found a reminder pinned to my shoe!
6: Somebody told me, that today was upside down day... but I am guessing that they played a little prank on me...cause it seems that all the other poems are right-side up... but I am still upside down and all mixed up.
7: I am fancy and Regal, with this crown on my head, I am beautiful and gorgeous, I will be even when I'm dead. I am a fancy queen with tea and royal servants, so bow down to me loyal peasants.
8: You kiss me on the forehead. Tell me you love me and are sweet as cherry pie. You hold me and rock me, you hug me each night. You follow, you wander and i am just staring, dreaming.
9: Button your sweater.... Write me letters.... Tell me of the things you see.... Send me a leaf from that old maple tree.... Describe the stars.... And the passing cars.... Sleep heavy, dream light.... And blow me a kiss good-night....
10: The tide rolls in . . . the tide rolls out . . . I dig my toes into the wet sand. I watch and stand. I wait as the ocean climbs away, and then comes right back, full force at me. The cool, ridged water wraps itself around my ankles. The tide rolls in . . . the tide rolls out . . .
11: Picnic Fun, Food Juicy, Yummy, Family Eating and playing together Lunch
12: Catch the falling star, and gaze off in space. Make your own constellation, and name it after you. Whisper to imaginary things, and for now just believe
13: Picture on the wall, why did you just fall? Knick-knacks on the shelf, why are shaking? Mothers' china plates, why are you breaking? Earthquake, earthquake, tumble, fall. Do a somersault through the hall Knock me down flat on back, then pull me up with a slap. Sway me like the ocean, rock me like a sea. Your knock on the door sends me tumbling to the core. Earthquake, earthquake, tumble, fall, do a somersault through the hall.
14: I chip away, more and more every day. Hack, hack, smack, smack, hammering the wood, nailing together the pieces make a house, make a plane, I can make anything.
15: Birdy, birdy, flying bye, swooping, soaring in the sky. Fly high, fly low, fly loop-de-loops, grab a worm and feed your babies, feed yourself. Birdy, birdy, flying bye.
16: Once upon a time, there was a fair lady. The prince asked her, "May we marry? And she gave him a sallow "Maybe."
17: Another World Relaxing Touches Your Heart
18: I really don't know what to say, and I'm not sure what to do. I want to say goodbye. . .but that might not be smart.. Remember always, you have my heart
19: I feel. . . . your fingers through mine, your warm arms in a tight hug, a kiss, a laugh, Love you forever. | I love. . . . your lips on my cheek that special smile with all your teeth. a hug, a memory Love you forever.
20: Click! Smile for the camera! Oh no, I blinked! There was spinach in my teeth!
21: That smell of cologne brings back so many memories, of hugs and smiles, your lips at my cheek, that walk on the beach, a blush, a laugh, and the memory of "I do" before I die, I want to end with me and you.
22: Bugs the heck out of me Excites me when I'm down Sits next to me wherever we are Taylor R. Murphy | Funny Ridiculous Incredible at everything Energetic and ready for action Never backs down Drama queen!
23: I watch the trees as they bloom spring leaves, and in summer an amazing jade, autumn they fall covering the beautiful ground, and winter still gone, waiting to grow back once again. . .