Sunday, March 13, 2011

Surprise






Some flowers for my Grandma
To brighten up her day
I hang them on the doorknob
Then knock and run away
Hiding behind the oak tree
I cover up my eyes
But when I hear the creaky door
I'll shout a big "SURPRISE"








Posted for Mondays Child

13 comments:

Lisa said...

Love it Elaine. Your work made it very easy to visualize her hiding and giggling until she yells SURPRISE! Great work!

J Cosmo Newbery said...

If we could only keep that delight in the simple; that willingness to give pleasure to others. Thank you.

signed...bkm said...

Wow, you always amaze me you have the sweet rhymes and I just love them and this one...fits the picture so well...thank you..bkm

Greyscale Territory said...

O so adorable! It rings with innocent happiness!

Priyanka Bhowmick said...

that's a very cute one. would have loved to see Grandma's expression :)

timkeen40 said...

We should all just want to pick flowers for the simple reason of surprising. Great read.


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Brian Miller said...

cute verse...bet it made grammas day!

Sherry Irvine said...

Looks like Grandmother's the theme...me too. Loved your piece....it made me smile xoxo

Mad Kane said...

Charming verse!
Mad Kane

lightverse said...

This was so sweet! It really does belong in a book of childhood verses! ☼

Lyn said...

This is straight from a child's heart..sweet and lovely!!

Jingle said...

adorable thoughts,
well penned.

Anna said...

So sweet!
I love this!
Best wishes & hugs,
Anna
Anna's Monday's Child # 37

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