General Poetry posted October 21, 2016

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I created worlds of fun.

In My Imagination

by June Sargent

Spent my childhood in the city
Sometimes life was not that pretty
Still our minds were our salvation
Using our imagination
Flying kites around the fountain
We'd pretend it was a mountain
Games like hopscotch kept us busy
Paper plates would serve as frisbees
Never was there a dull moment
Wealth of ideas would foment
Now our grandsons come to visit
Internet down? No, we need it!
Use your own imagination
Give the Wi Fi a vacation

Childhood writing prompt entry
Writing Prompt
Write a rhyming poem about your childhood. It can be good or bad, happy or sad.

Let's hope our children will use their imagination as much as they do their iPads!
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