How wonderful nature is outside my window.
The cardinals feast on my birdseed.
Doves scratch for seed on the ground.
Blue Jays squawk in command.
Chickadees clambering for room.
Crows waiting for the right moment.
The squirrels run and scamper.
Moving their seeds from spot to spot.
The leaves flutter, yawning in the wind
The trees sigh as the sun rises.
They stretch their limbs out wide.
The shadows run and hide.
Busy bees buzz quickly by.
The butterflies flutter about.
Ah such a glorious time.
Do YOU have such a window to nature?
Mary had a little lamb
It tipped the scales at a ton
It's fleece was as white as mud
And every where that Mary went
Her lamb was never there.
While Jack was nimble and
Jack was quick,
The turtle beat him to the candle stick.
Now Mary, Mary quite contrary
When asked about her garden
Did scream and vent about the bugs!
Then yelled...off with their heads.
Our neighbor Jack Spratt could eat no fat,
His wife could eat no lean.
But was so big he couldn't reach the platter.
And his wife wasted away to nothing.
Around the corner live Little Jack Horner
Eating his Christmas pie
When he stuck in his thumb,
And pulled out a nub, and said
And lastly, poor Little Bo Peep,
She has lost her sheep.
She just needs to check the butcher shop!