JOSIE'S POEMS

Children's Story Poems

By Josie Whitehead

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Balloons

A hundred tiny hands set loose     
    A hundred large balloons  -
And lots of children watch them go
    Upon this afternoon.

A hundred colours in the sky 
   Are carried on the breeze –
Except for two who’re sadly caught
     In branches of the trees.

A hundred children scream with joy
   To see them floating high
As each and every one becomes
    Much smaller in the sky.

They paint the sky with coloured hues 
    As through the air they float,
And, bobbing up and down, you’d think
     Each was a tiny boat.

If you were but a bright balloon
    Where do you think you’d go?
Well, the only ones who know the truth
      Are the gentle winds that blow.


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